LIST: Online mass schedules for Holy Week (Philippines)

Holy Week 2020 online mass schedule (Philippines)
Holy Week 2020 online mass schedule (Philippines)

The worldwide spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has made it necessary for all to practice social distancing, which limits participation in communal activities such as mass ceremonies in the Catholic Church.

Holy Week in the Philippines started on Palm Sunday, April 5, and will last until Easter Sunday, April 12.  Pope Francis and the Vatican City already started celebrating daily masses at 2PM via the Vatican News English channel on YouTube.

According to the Pope, everybody will be blessed, , and Holy Week celebrations will be performed online via Facebook and YouTube live stream.

So, how can Catholic Filipinos under enhanced community quarantine observe the Holy Week?

Below is a listed of online masses to be performed by churches all over the Philippines:

Manila Cathedral

Time: Sunday – 8am,10am, 6pm; Monday to Friday – 7:30am, 12:10pm; Saturday – 7:30am

Where: Manila Cathedral’s Facebook page

Quiapo Church

Time: Daily – 5am, 6am, 12:15pm, 3pm, 4pm

Where: Quiapo Church’s Facebook page

Diocese of Kalookan

Time: Sunday – 6:30am, 7:45am, 9am, 10:15am, 3pm, 4:15pm, 5:30pm, 6:45pm, 8pm; Monday to Friday – 6am, 12nn, 6pm

Where: Diocese of Kalookan’s Facebook page

Diocese of Cubao

Time: Sunday – 8am, 11am, 6pm; Monday to Saturday – 8am

Where: Diocese of Cubao’s Facebook page

Diocese of Pasig

Time: Sunday – 6am, 7:30am, 9am, 4pm, 6pm; Monday to Saturday – 6am, 8am, 12nn, 6pm

Where: Pasig Cathedral’s Facebook page

Philippine Jesuits

Time: Daily – 8am, 1pm

Where: Radyo Katipunan Facebook page and Radyo Katipunan YouTube channel

Radio Veritas

Time: Daily – 6am, 12nn, 6pm

Where: Radio Veritas’ Facebook page

Sambuhay TV Mass

Time: Saturday (anticipated mass) – 5pm; Monday to Friday – 6:15am

Where: Sambuhay’s Facebook page

Online masses led by Singapore Archbishop William Goh

Time: Sunday – 10am; Monday to Saturday – 1pm

Where: Archdiocese of Singapore’s YouTube channel

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