On May 19, the Diocese of Grand Rapids announced the return to public Masses and liturgies in our parishes starting May 29. The reopening will take place in phases. We are recommending people stay home if they are considered vulnerable due to age (over 60) or have underlying health conditions. The dispensation of the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains in effect through June 30 for this reason.

For those for whom it remains necessary or preferable to stay home, we invite you to join us for the live broadcast of Mass from the Cathedral of Saint Andrew every Sunday at 10 a.m. ET.

Where to Watch

Watch on:  Website | Facebook
Closed captioning of the webcast and televised broadcast of Sunday Mass is available.

Recursos Espirituales Durante la Cuarentena
Misas en Español en Vivo

VIDEOS: View previous recordings of Mass on Facebook | Watch Bishop Walkowiak’s Message and Homilies (YouTube)


“When two or three are gathered”: A guide for participating from home in the celebration of Mass
(Infographic | Document)
Catholics are encouraged to make a spiritual Communion (Español); pray the rosary, or meditate on Sacred Scripture to keep holy the Lord’s Day.
Prayers for those impacted by COVID-19 (A/D of Detroit)
Eucharistic adoration LIVE online, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET (EWTN)
For additional spiritual resources during COVID-19, click here.

Broadcasts of Daily Mass/Misa Diaria

Daily Mass Online: Church of St. Paul the Apostle, NYC Facebook page (12:10 p.m. ET) | CatholicTV (9:30 a.m., 7 & 11:30 p.m.) | EWTN (8 a.m., Noon & 7 p.m.) online and on TV (use the EWTN Channel Finder)

Ver Misa Diaria: EWTN (8 a.m. & 4 p.m. ET) | Church of St. Paul the Apostle, NYC Facebook page (12:30 p.m. ET

Every Sunday morning for more than 60 years, the Diocese of Grand Rapids has provided the Mass on TV. Today the broadcast is available on TV on WXMI Fox 17, through our website, and on Facebook. We invite you to join us each week for the broadcast of Mass, especially now, when the celebration of public Masses due to COVID-19 has been temporarily suspended not only in our diocese, but in dioceses around the world.
Learn more or give in support of the TV Mass ministry.