Monday, August 10, 2020

Mass at Home: Which Parishes in the Diocese are Live Streaming Services

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Suzanne Hammons is the editor of the Voice of the Southwest and the media coordinator for the Diocese of Gallup. A graduate of Benedictine College in Kansas, she joined the Diocesan staff in 2012.

Updated: May 11

It has been a great burden for Catholics, priests, and parish staff alike to have public masses unavailable during the COVID-19 pandemic. But there are some options for Catholics at home, as many of the priests and parishes of the Diocese of Gallup are offering Masses and other prayers through livestreams. While they can’t replace the beauty and fullness of the Mass in person, these digital services are available as we await the end of the pandemic.

The following is a list of digital Masses and resources being offered throughout the Diocese:

New Mexico

Bloomfield and Blanco

Fr. Joshua Mayer is giving weekly reflections on Sundays over Facebook.

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Farmington – Sacred Heart Parish

On Facebook, Fr. Tim Farrell is streaming Mass on Sundays at 10:00am and Monday-Friday at 7:00pm. Watch here

Gallup – Sacred Heart Cathedral

On Facebook, Fr. Mitchell Brown and Fr. Matthew Keller are offering reflections and other digital programs, such as a tour of the Cathedral. Watch here

On Sundays, Mass is livestreamed at 11:00 am NM time on YouTube. Watch here.

Gallup – St. Francis Of Assisi Parish

The Franciscan Friars at St. Francis are streaming the Mass in both Spanish and English on Facebook. Watch here.


Sunday Mass with Fr. Alberto Avella and the priests of St. Teresa Parish. Watch online.



Fr. Nathanael Block streams Mass every day on Youtube. Watch here.

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Fr. Dan Kassis records and uploads Mass, prays novenas and offers reflections on YouTube. Watch here.


Fr. Peter Short offers Mass, and celebrates a Spanish liturgy on Sundays at 11:00am AZ time.

Watch here.

We’ll be adding any other parishes and priests to this list as we learn of them!




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