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How to watch mass online? See six sites with live streaming | Audio and Video

Watching Sunday Mass online and live is an alternative during the social isolation promoted to contain the transmission of the new coronavirus. The measure caused the Catholic churches to cancel the Eucharistic celebrations with the presence of the public, to avoid physical contact between the faithful. However, masses continue to be celebrated normally in parishes, behind closed doors. To take a moment of faith to the Christians who are at home, some religious TV stations are broadcasting the celebrations live over the Internet at different times, such as TV Cano Nova, TV Aparecida and Rede Vida.

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The Vatican is also broadcasting masses celebrated by Pope Francis live during the quarantine in special exhibitions on the official website of the Catholic Church's headquarters. In addition, Holy Mass with Father Marcelo Rossi, shown on Sundays on TV Globo, also reproduced in real time on the Internet, via Globoplay. Below are six sites that allow you to watch Sunday Mass live and online.

Mass of Father Marcelo Rossi transmitted over the Internet Photo: Reprodua / Rdio GloboMass of Father Marcelo Rossi transmitted over the Internet Photo: Reprodua / Rdio Globo

Mass of Father Marcelo Rossi transmitted over the Internet Photo: Reprodua / Rdio Globo

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Santa Missa, TV Globo's oldest program, also aired on the Internet, via Globoplay Photo: Reproduo / TV GloboSanta Missa, TV Globo's oldest program, also aired on the Internet, via Globoplay Photo: Reproduo / TV Globo

Santa Missa, TV Globo's oldest program, also aired on the Internet, via Globoplay Photo: Reproduo / TV Globo

The traditional Holy Mass with Father Marcelo Rossi, broadcast every Sunday on TV Globo, can also be watched live over the Internet. To do this, simply access Globoplay using a Globo Account, which can be created free of charge by any user. Upon entering the platform, just choose the option Agora na Globo to watch the station's live program. Holy Mass celebrated at Santurio Me de Deus, in So Paulo, and broadcast every Sunday at 6:20 am.

TV Aparecida broadcasts masses celebrated at Santurio de Aparecida, in So Paulo Photo: Reproduo / TV AparecidaTV Aparecida broadcasts masses celebrated at Santurio de Aparecida, in So Paulo Photo: Reproduo / TV Aparecida

TV Aparecida broadcasts masses celebrated at Santurio de Aparecida, in So Paulo Photo: Reproduo / TV Aparecida

TV Aparecida broadcasts all of its programming live through its official website (https://www.a12/tv/tv-ao-vivo). Masses are celebrated from Monday to Saturday at 6:45 am, 9:00 am and 6:00 pm. On Sundays, broadcasts take place at 8 am and 6 pm. The celebrations are broadcast directly from the National Shrine of Nossa Senhora Aparecida, the Old Basilica and the Chapel of So Jos, all located in the city of Aparecida, in So Paulo. In addition to masses, you can also watch other religious and entertainment programs from the broadcaster in real time.

Rede Vida has masses every day of the week Photo: Reproduo / Rede VidaRede Vida has masses every day of the week Photo: Reproduo / Rede Vida

Rede Vida has masses every day of the week Photo: Reproduo / Rede Vida

Rede Vida also broadcasts all of its programming live through its official website (https://www.redevida.br/ao-vivo). Masses are broadcast from Monday to Friday at 6:55 am, at 9:00 am and at 7:10 pm, and on Fridays at 7:00 pm. On weekends, celebrations are shown on Saturdays at 3 pm and 5:30 pm, and on Sundays at 8 am and 5:30 pm. Masses are transmitted from different basilicas in the country, conducted by several priests, including Father Marcelo Rossi and Bishop Dom Fernando Figueiredo. During daily programming, Rede Vida also displays the time of the Tero, novenas and prayers.

TV Cano Nova broadcasts masses at various times Photo: Reproduction / TV Cano NovaTV Cano Nova broadcasts masses at various times Photo: Reproduction / TV Cano Nova

TV Cano Nova broadcasts masses at various times Photo: Reproduction / TV Cano Nova

TV Cano Nova, founded by the Charismatic Community Cano Nova, has an extensive mass program every day and allows the user to watch all the celebrations live on the official website of the broadcaster (https://tv.cancaonova/) . Check the transmission times:

  • Monday: 7 am, 12 pm, 3:30 pm and 7:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 7 am, 12 pm and 8 pm
  • Wednesday: 7 am, 12 pm and 8 pm
  • Thursday: 7 am, 12 pm, 4 pm and 7:30 pm
  • Friday: 7am, 12pm and 8pm
  • Saturday: 7am, 12pm and 3pm
  • Sunday: 7 am, 12 pm, 3 pm and 6 pm

In addition to the masses, TV Cano Nova shows daily the Tero da Misericrdia, Hora do Angelus and other religious programs. The channel also has a program dedicated to journalism, entertainment and educational programs for children.

Father Reginaldo Manzotti celebrates Masses broadcast on TV Evangelizar Photo: Reproduo / TV EvangelizarFather Reginaldo Manzotti celebrates Masses broadcast on TV Evangelizar Photo: Reproduo / TV Evangelizar

Father Reginaldo Manzotti celebrates Masses broadcast on TV Evangelizar Photo: Reproduo / TV Evangelizar

TV Evangelizar, founded by Father Reginaldo Manzotti through Obra Evangelizar Preciso, broadcasts all the masses shown live on television on the broadcaster's Facebook page (https://www.facebook/tvevangelizaroficial/). The celebrations take place from Monday to Friday at 7:30 am and 12:00 pm, on Saturdays at 12:00 pm and on Sundays at 8:00 am and 6:00 pm. Worship takes place on Thursdays at 7pm. The ceremonies are held at the Santurio Nossa Senhora de Guadalupe, in Curitiba, celebrated by different priests, including Father Reginaldo Manzotti.

Morning masses celebrated daily by Pope Francis in the chapel of Casa Santa Marta, in the Vatican, are being broadcast live on the Vatican News website (https://www.vaticannews.va/en.html). The Pontfice initiative seeks to bring quarantined people closer to the Catholic Church throughout the period of isolation. The celebration takes place every day, at 3 am, at the time of Braslia.

Vatican broadcasts Pope Francis' mass daily Photo: Divulgao / Vatican MediaVatican broadcasts Pope Francis' mass daily Photo: Divulgao / Vatican Media

Vatican broadcasts Pope Francis' mass daily Photo: Divulgao / Vatican Media