Mass and Prayer Resources

During trying times we rely heavily on our faith. Jesus is the rock to which we cling. We can trust in Him and turn to him in prayer for strength and hope. 
Right now with Mass closed to public in communities throughout our country we are missing an essential element of our faith, however, we are blessed to live in a time where technology enables us to continue to practice our faith as a community even when not physically together. 
The following list are ways for you and your family to continue to live out your faith. We hope they bring you comfort and hope in these difficult times.
Please contact Laura Tapson if you have any questions about the resource listed here. 

Daily Mass with Bishop Barron 

You are invited to join online for daily Mass from Bishop Barron's chapel, celebrated either by Bishop Barron himself or by Fr. Steve Grunow, CEO of Word on Fire. The video will be posted below at 8:15am ET (6:15am Grande Prairie time) each day. 

Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples Edmonton 

Streaming daily mass on their Facebook page. 


St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica Toronto  

Live streaming daily mass on their website as well as on Facebook page. 

Each weekend join St. Joseph Parish as they live stream Sunday Mass. Also checkout the regular updates and children's liturgy videos
St. Joseph's Basilica is live streaming Sunday Mass with Archbishop Richard Smith on the Archdiocese of Edmonton Facebook Page. 
Add to your YouTub subscription and join Sunday Mass with Fr. Mike Schmidtz or Archbishop Neslon Perez as he celebrates Sunday Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. 
Join Fr. Nell in Peace River for Sunday Mass, live streamed on the Peace Parish Facebook page. 
Join Steve on his Facebook page each day at 1pm our time to pray, live, the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. It's a beautiful way to stop and pray as a community. 
Join Pope Francis for messages, prayers and live streaming Masses. 
The National Shrine of St. John Newman offers the opportunity to virtually light a vigil candle. 
Free access to prayer resources and daily Mass texts.