Livestreamed Masses and Prayers
Mass was not cancelled. When the Bishop temporarily suspended the celebration of Holy Mass in the presence of the lay faithful earlier this year, Bishop Caggiano and our priests still celebrated Mass every day. Even though the suspension of the celebration of Mass in the presence of the lay faithful has been lifted, Masses are still being live-streamed or recorded and sent out to the faithful. You can find a complete list of our parishes streaming Mass below.
If your parish (in the Diocese of Bridgeport) is streaming Mass and is not listed here, please let us know and send us the link!
If you need help live-streaming Mass, please refer to this resource compiled by the Archdiocese of Washington, or email John Grosso, the Director of Digital Media of the Diocese of Bridgeport.
TV and Radio Masses
|Office of Radio and Television, Archdiocese of Hartford||The daily Mass is broadcast live Monday through Friday and on tape delay on Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m:
WCCT-TV (Channel 20)
WCCT, cable channel 7 or 11
WCTX, channel 59 (also known as MyTV9 WCTX)
Cable channel 9
Online at the Office of Radio and Television
|Catholic TV||Daily Mass is broadcast live Monday through Saturday at 9:30am and Sunday at 10:00am, 4:00pm, and 7:00pm on their website.|
|EWTN||Daily Mass is broadcast live Monday through Saturday at 8:00am and 12:00pm and on Sunday at 8:00am, 12:00pm, and 7:00pm. A livestream can be found on their website.|
|Sirius XM||Sunday Mass broadcast at 10:00am, 11:00am, and 1:00pm on Channel 129.|
|EWTN Radio||Daily Mass broadcast at 8:00am and Sunday at 8:00am on Channel 130.|
|Salt and Light||Sunday Mass broadcast at 6:30am, 9:30am, and 11:00am. A full schedule is available on their website.|
|St. Mary Parish, Bethel||Mass, celebrated by Father Corey and Father Wolf will be livestreamed daily at 12 noon on St. Mary Church's Facebook page.
On Sundays after the 12 noon livestreamed Mass they will expose the Eucharist in the Rectory Chapel for 'virtual' Eucharistic Adoration until 6pm.
|Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Bridgeport||Daily and weekend Mass offerings in (Portuguese and English) are livestreamed on Facebook.
Recordings of Masses and liturgies of previous days can be accessed from the link on the main page.
|The Cathedral Parish, Bridgeport||A daily schedule of Mass offerings (in Latin, English and Spanish) are offered Live Stream on The Cathedral Parish Website, celebrated by Father Novajosky at both St. Augustine and St. Patrick.
Recordings of Masses and liturgies of previous days can be accessed from the link on the main page.
|St. Charles Borromeo Parish, Bridgeport||Daily and Weekly Mass offerings on Facebook.|
|Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Bridgeport||Daily Mass offerings on Facebook.|
|St. Margaret Shrine, Bridgeport||Monday-Saturday 8:15am, Sunday 8:00am (English), 9:30am (Italian) on Facebook.|
|St. Michael the Archangel Parish, Bridgeport||Daily and Weekly Mass offerings on Facebook.|
|Our Lady of Aparecida Quasi Parish (St. Peter Parish)||Daily Mass streamed live every day on Facebook at 6:30pm. Sunday Mass streamed at 6:30pm (Saturday Vigil), and 9:00am (Portugese).|
|St. Gregory the Great Parish, Danbury||Sundays at 11am celebrated by Father Dunn on Facebook.|
|St. Peter Parish, Danbury (still in progress)||Currently working on a livestream; check their website for updates.|
|Assumption Parish, Fairfield||Mass celebrated by Father Peter Cipriani. Announcements made on Facebook.|
|Fairfield University Jesuit Community||The Fairfield Jesuit Community is offering live Mass online. Sunday Mass began Sunday, March 22, at 11am. The Daily Mass of the Fairfield Jesuits will be available to stream Monday – Friday at 12:10pm. The Daily and Sunday Mass are available via Zoom.|
|Holy Family and St. Emery Parish, Fairfield||Live stream Mass options. Check Facebook for updates.|
|St. Pius X Parish, Fairfield||Facebook Streaming Schedule: Sunday: 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am, 12pm, 5pm Rosary; Mon-Fri: 8:30am, 12pm (Low Mass in the Extraordinary Form), 5pm Rosary; Sat: 8:30am, 12pm Rosary, 5:15pm Vigil Mass.|
|The Parish of St. Catherine of Siena and St Agnes, Greenwich||Virtual Mass will be via Zoom livestream at 1:30 pm on Wednesday and 10:30 am Sunday. Click on this link to Join Zoom Meeting.
When joining our Zoom virtual events, please disable your video and audio/microphone.
For our Holy Week Schedule of Offerings Click here
|St. Aloysius Parish, New Canaan||Daily Mass will be livestreamed on Facebook Mon-Sat 12 noon. A pre-recorded Sunday Mass will be posted weekly by 7am.|
|St. Rose of Lima Parish, Newtown||Mass will be livestreamed at the following times: 6:45am Monday through Friday, 4pm on Saturday, 10:30am on Sunday. Go to the St. Rose YouTube Channel or click on The Voice of St. Rose on the parish home page to see Mass. The 10:30 Mass can also be accessed anytime here.|
|St. Jerome Parish, Norwalk||Sunday Mass on Facebook Live every Sunday at 11 am.|
|St. Ladislaus Parish, Norwalk||Masses posted on YouTube.|
|St. Mary’s Norwalk||Sunday Mass will be livestreamed at the following times: 8:00am Ordinary Form (English), 9:30am Extraordinary Form (Latin), 12:30pm Ordinary Form (Spanish) Daily Mass will be livestreamed Monday – Saturday at 8:00am Extraordinary Form Latin Low Mass, 12:10pm Ordinary Form English.|
|St. Matthew Parish, Norwalk||Mass streamed on Facebook Live. For friends and family who aren’t on social media, Mass with Msgr. & Fr. Sunil are posted on the Parish website along with the Mass Program to follow along with the readings.|
|St. Philip Parish, Norwalk||Father Sudhir will be presenting a daily mass via Zoom livestream at 6:30 pm. Click on this link to Join Zoom Meeting.|
|St. Elizabeth Seton Parish, Ridgefield||Mass via Facebook Live Sunday at 11am. Check Facebook for updates.|
|St. Margaret Mary Parish, Shelton||Sunday Mass available on Facebook, parish website and possibly on YouTube starting at 4 pm on March 21.|
|Basilica of St. John the Evangelist, Stamford||Watch the 12:10pm Mass (Mon-Sat) and the 10am Sunday Mass online via Boxcast.|
|Holy Spirit Parish, Stamford||Sunday Mass Schedule for Live Streaming: Saturday Vigil 5:15pm, Sunday 9:30am on Facebook.|
|Sacred Heart Parish, Stamford||Father Alfonso will be live streaming Masses on Sundays at 11:30am in English and 8pm in Spanish.|
|St. Bridget of Ireland Parish, Stamford||Livestreaming Sundays at 8:30 am on the website and facebook page.|
|St. Leo Parish, Stamford||Mass posted every Sunday at 8:00 am|
|Trinity Catholic High School, Stamford||TCHS Mass Livestream on Facebook Live Thursday-Saturday at 11 am + Sunday 9:10 am|
|Holy Name of Jesus, Stratford||Mass posted on Facebook.|
|Our Lady of Grace Parish, Stratford||Video of recorded Mass available on Parish website.|
|St. James Parish, Stratford||Follow the links on the Parish website for Father Peter Adamski’s recorded Masses.|
|St. Mark Parish, Stratford||Sunday Mass via Facebook Live.|
|St. Catherine of Siena Parish, Trumbull||Mass will be livestreamed each Saturday at 4:00 pm
Daily Mass and Rosary will be livestreamed at 7:30 am, Monday-Friday
Masses remain available thereafter on demand on YouTube Channel, and Facebook page
|St. Theresa Parish, Trumbull||Daily Mass live-streamed at 8am; available on the website and Facebook. Sunday Mass will be livestreamed at 9:00am and 4:30pm|
|St. Francis of Assisi, Weston||Daily Mass every day at 11am.
Fr. Jeff: Sun/Tues/Wed/Thurs/Sat
Fr. Joe: Friday; Fr. Paul: Monday.
|Church of the Assumption, Westport||Sunday Mass: 10am; Weekdays: 7am and 5:30pm.|
|St. Luke Parish, Westport||Recorded Mass posted on YouTube. All Saint Luke Catholic Church Masses and Services will be "live streamed" now through Easter! Holy Thursday 8:00 am, 7:30 pm; Good Friday 8:00 am, 3:00 pm; Holy Saturday 8:00 am, 8:00 pm; Easter Sunday—7:30 am|
Stations of the Cross
|St. Joseph Parish, Brookfield|
|Assumption Parish, Fairfield||Announcements made on Facebook.|
|St. Catherine, Trumbull||Posted on Facebook and YouTube.|
|St. Jude, Monroe||Watch a pre-recorded video of St. Jude’s Living Stations.|
|St. Rose of Lima, Newtown||Friday Stations of the Cross at noon will be livestreamed; go to the St. Rose YouTube Channel.|
|St. Thomas the Apostle, Norwalk||We invite you to join us for the Stations of the Cross with Father Ralph via social media. Links posted on the Parish website.|
|St. Jerome Parish, Norwalk||Stations of the Cross on Facebook Live every Friday at noon. New every Friday. Links posted on the Parish website.|
|St. Francis of Assisi, Weston||Fridays at 7pm.|
|Holy Name of Jesus, Stamford (in person)||Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on Sunday from 9 am-3 pm (no more than 50 persons at the same time).|
|Holy Name of Jesus, Stratford (in person)||Open for private prayer with adoration Tuesday-Saturday 9 am to 1 pm.|
|Holy Spirit, Stamford (in person)||Sundays, Eucharistic Adoration & Reconciliation in the church from 3-5 pm.|
|St. Catherine of Siena, Trumbull (in person)||Eucharistic Adoration: Sundays, 1-3 pm in Church; Tuesdays, 6-8 pm in the Family Center; Thursdays, 6-8 pm in Church|
|St. Cecilia-St. Gabriel, Stamford (in person)||Eucharistic Adoration with Reconciliation for Thursday evenings from 7-8:30 pm.|
|St. Francis of Assisi, Weston (livestream)||Daily Adoration with Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet: Monday-Saturday 3-4 pm; Sunday: 8 pm.|
|St. Margaret Mary Parish, Shelton (in person)||Instead of the public Sunday Masses we will expose the Blessed Sacrament in the church on Sunday from 1:30-5 pm. Those who desire to pay a visit to Jesus are asked to follow the social distancing rules by staying at least six feet away from one another.|
|St. Theresa Parish, Trumbull (in person)||Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration will continue in the Main Church. Please adhere to the CDC guidelines for the Safety of all attending.|
|St. Thomas More Parish, Darien (in person)||Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: Monday through Saturday 9-10 am;| Sunday 8 am-noon.|
|St. Thomas the Apostle, Norwalk (in person)||Monday-Saturday 9 am-5 pm; Sunday 10:30 am-5 pm.|
|Christ the King, Trumbull||Saturday 3-5pm by the statue of St. Joseph.|
|Holy Spirit, Stamford||Sundays, Eucharistic Adoration & Reconciliation in the church from 3-5pm.|
|St. Catherine of Siena, Trumbull||Tuesdays, 6-8 pm in the McClinch Family Center: privacy and social distancing provided
Sundays, 12-2 pm in the parking lot ("drive-through" confessions)
|St. Cecilia-St. Gabriel, Stamford||Wednesdays: 7:30-9pm; Saturdays: 4-6pm; Sundays: 10am-12noon (at Church of St. Cecilia).|
|St. Jude Parish, Monroe||Drive-by confessions outside the church at 3pm.|
|St. Margaret Mary Parish, Shelton||Saturday 3-4pm. All confessions will take place in the crying room the church.|
|St. Mary Parish, Bethel||Confession will continue to be offered at 3pm each Saturday in the Church Hall. New procedures have been introduced for the wellbeing of all penitents and priests that respect the social distancing being asked of us. These will be displayed by the entrance of the parish hall and must be strictly followed.|
|St. Theresa Parish, Trumbull||Thurs 7-8:30pm; Fri 4:30-5:30pm; Sat 3:30-4:30pm; Sun 10-11am.|
|St. Thomas More Parish, Darien||Weekend Confessions: Saturday 3:45-4:15pm; Sunday 8:30-9am & 4:45-5:15pm. Daily Confessions: Monday through Saturday 9-10am.|
|The Basilica of St. John the Evangelist, Stamford||Confessions will be offered Thursdays 7-8pm and Saturdays 3-4pm on the front steps of the Basilica.|
Prayer and Bible Study
|Nine Days of Prayer - Sponsored by The Leadership Institute|
|Spiritual Communion Prayer|
|How to wash your hands and pray (Apostles Creed)|
|How to wash your hands and pray (Our Father)|
|A Prayer of Faith and Action|
|St. Thomas More Parish, Darien||Perpetual Rosary for the end to the Pandemic|
|Assumption Parish, Fairfield||Divine Mercy Chaplet—Announcements made on Facebook.|
|The Parish of St. Catherine of Siena and St. Agnes, Greenwich||Rosary Monday, April 6, 7:30 pm via Zoom.|
|St. Philip Parish, Norwalk||Rosary at 1pm every day except Wednesday via Zoom. Check Facebook for Zoom links.|
|St. Jerome Parish, Norwalk||Daily Lenten Reflection on Facebook live (@stjeromenorwalk) at 9:30am. These will be new every morning Monday-Thursday.|
|St. Jerome, Norwalk Daily Lenten Reflection|
|St. Joseph's Center, Trumbull||Monday at 1:30-3 pm the St. Joseph’s Center meets on Zoom and is reading and discussing The Gospel of John. All are welcome. To join email Maryann at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send a Zoom invitation.|
|St. John Parish, Darien||Wednesdays, 7-8:30 pm the St. Johns Bible Group meets on Zoom and is looking at the History of Marian Apparitions. All are welcome. To join email Maryann at email@example.com and she will send a Zoom invitation.|
|St. Thomas More Parish, Darien||Tuesdays 10-11:30 am, the St. Thomas More Group meets on Zoom and is reading and discussing St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. All are welcome. To join email Maryann at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send a Zoom invitation.|
|St. Cecilia-St. Gabriel Parish, Stamford Reflections from Fr. John|
|St. Catherine of Siena, Trumbull Rosary|
Bishop’s Celebration of Holy Week Liturgies to be live-streamed by the Diocese:
- Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion was made available on the Diocesan website from 8:00am on Sunday, April 5th.
- The Chrism Mass was live-streamed from Saint Augustine Cathedral on Holy Thursday, April 9th, at 10:00am.
- Mass of the Lord’s Supper was live-streamed at 7:00pm from Saint Augustine Cathedral and available on the Diocesan website.
- Celebration of the Passion of the Lord was live-streamed at 3:00pm from Saint Augustine Cathedral and available on the Diocesan website.
- Easter Vigil in the Holy Night was live-streamed at 7:00pm from Saint Augustine Cathedral and available on the Diocesan website.
(In the interest of public health and safety, all Masses were celebrated in private with only priests and deacons in attendance. Please visit the diocesan website for live-streaming and later viewing: www.bridgeportdiocese.org)
On the Solemnity of St. Joseph, the Apostolic Penitentiary granted a plenary indulgence to the faithful suffering from Coronavirus, family members of those suffering from Coronavirus, health care workers caring for the sick, and to all members of the faithful. Since some of the usual conditions for plenary indulgences (namely, sacramental Confession and reception of the Eucharist) cannot be fulfilled immediately, the desire by the faithful to fulfill the conditions, as soon as possible, suffices for the granting of the indulgence.