America StaffMarch 24, 2020
Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart on the campus of Georgetown University. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)

Most, if not all, Catholics will be unable to attend Mass for the foreseeable future. In these difficult times, priests and their lay collaborators in Jesuit ministries across the United States are offering spiritual consolation in the form of live-streaming liturgical services. Below you can find a list of Jesuit parishes and chapels and the dates/times they will be offering weekday and Sunday Mass in English, Spanish and even Polish.

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