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A list of PH churches where you can hear Holy Mass during the quarantine

Here's where you can still fulfill your spiritual obligation even with stay at home orders.

Due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, churches were forced to stop holding physical masses to prevent the gathering of large numbers of people in one place. Because of this, churches resorted to holding online masses for the public to still be able to celebrate the Holy Mass even in their own homes. Some priests, on the other hand, celebrate Mass on TV for those who do not have access to the internet.

And even with the easing or lifting of the quarantine in some areas which would allow Masses to be celebrated physically, there is still another problem: the weather. As of writing, some provinces and cities are under tropical storm warning signals due to Tropical Storm Ambo. Because of the heavy rains and strong winds, individuals are still not able to go to church, which is why they still resort to online Mass celebrations.

But where can you watch these Masses? My Pope lists some of them down for you, including their schedules.

Also Read: Here’s what you can expect on 2020 weddings, baptisms, Sunday Masses

Christ the King Parish – Greenmeadows

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Photo by (Miss)adventures of the Missus

Schedule: Monday to Saturday – 7:00AM, 6:00PM, Sunday – 7:00AM, 5:00PM

Click here to watch their online Masses.

Diocese of Cubao

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Photo from Easywed

Schedule: Monday to Saturday – 8:00AM, Sunday – 8:00AM, 11:00AM, 6:00PM

Click here to watch their online Masses.

Diocese of Kalookan

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Photo by Wikipedia Commons/Ramon FVelasquez

Schedule: Sunday – 6:30AM, 7:45AM, 9:00AM, 10:15AM, 3:00PM, 4:15PM, 5:30PM, 6:45PM, 8:00PM

Click here to watch their online Masses.

Manila Cathedral

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Photo by Wikipedia Commons/Kuranges

Schedule: Monday to Friday – 7:30AM, 12:00PM, Saturday – 7:30AM, Sunday – 8:00AM, 10:00AM, 6:00PM

Click here to watch their online Masses.

National Shrine of the Sacred Heart

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Photo from Philippine Catholic Churches

Schedule: Monday to Sunday – 7:30AM

Click here to watch their online Masses.

Quiapo Church

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Photo from Lonely Planet/Getty Images/AWL Images RM

Schedule: Monday to Sunday – 5:00AM, 6:00AM, 12:15PM, 3:00PM, 4:00PM

Click here to watch their online Masses.

Sambuhay TV Mass

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Video screenshot from Sambuhay TV Mass YouTube channel

Schedule: Monday to Friday 6:15AM, 5:00PM, Saturday and Sunday – 5:00PM

Click here to watch their online Masses.

Sanctuario de San Antonio Parish

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Screengrab from Google Maps

Schedule: Monday to Saturday – 8:00AM, Sunday – 8:00AM, 12:00PM, 6:00PM

Click here to watch their online Masses.

San Roque Parish

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Photo from My Catholic Portal

Schedule: Monday to Saturday – 6:00PM, Sunday – 9:45AM, 6:00PM

Click here to watch their online Masses.

Also Read: Here’s what you can expect on 2020 weddings, baptisms, Sunday Masses

Pope Francis recently announced that the livestream of Masses celebrated by him will stop after the Mass for Saint John Paul II’s 100th birth anniversary on May 18, Monday. This is because physical masses are now allowed in Italy as it eases some lockdown restrictions.

For more churches and their schedules, you may click here.

 

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