Our YouTube Channel

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, we have created a YouTube Channel for our local Catholic community. We record Mass so those who are sheltering in place and unable to attend services will have access to Mass with their local priests. The video is shot in high definition. You can view it here or on any smart device (TV, phone, tablet or computer) that has the YouTube app. Be sure to turn on the HD setting to get the best picture and sound. You should also have the ability to make the video full screen. (Note: higher resolutions may not be available for the first several hours after uploading)

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Catholic Kids Media

Catholic Kids Media is an effort to evangelize the culture, providing quality Catholic programming for kids that does not water down Catholicism. We develop resources for parents and teachers to instruct children in the Faith and practices of prayer.

Catholic News Videos

Keep up with the latest Catholic News

  • Pope Francis speaks on limiting Latin Mass and facing abuse with Jesuits in Hungary. In an interview, the Pope explained that some people in the Argentinean government wanted to “cut off his head.”
  • Shot fired overnight at the Vatican when car burst through Sant’Anna entrance. The driver was a man in his 40s and showed signs of mental instability. He spent the night in a Vatican jail cell.
  • Laywomen and men can now be involved in governing #Vatican City State. The new Fundamental Law is the third in Vatican history.

The Pope Video

Let us pray that ecclesial movements and groups may daily rediscover their evangelizing mission, and that they place their own charisms at the service of the world’s needs.

Pope Francis – May 2023

Ecclesial movements are a gift, they are a treasure in the Church! That’s what you are!
These movements renew the Church with their capacity for dialogue at the service of her evangelizing mission.
Each day, they rediscover in their charism new ways of showing the attractiveness and the newness of the Gospel.
How do they do this? Speaking different languages, they seem different, but it is their creativity that creates these differences. But always understanding themselves and making themselves understood.
And working at the service of the Bishops and parishes to avoid any temptation to close in on themselves, which can be the danger, right?
Always be on the move, responding to the impulse of the Holy Spirit to the challenges, to the changes in today’s world.
Remain in harmony with the Church, since harmony is a gift of the Holy Spirit.
Let us pray that ecclesial movements and groups may daily rediscover their mission, an evangelizing mission, and that they place their own charisms at the service of the world’s needs. Service…

The Pope, the Environmental Crisis, and Frontline Leaders

The Letter: Laudato Si Film

The Letter tells the story about the Pope’s call to care for our planet. For info on translated versions and how to take action, visit https://TheLetterFilm.org

In 2015, Pope Francis wrote Laudato Si’ (The Letter); an encyclical letter about the environmental crisis to every single person in the world. A few years later, four voices that have gone unheard in global conversations have been invited to an unprecedented dialogue with the Pope. Hailing from Senegal, the Amazon, India, and Hawai’i, they bring perspective and solutions from the poor, the indigenous, the youth, and wildlife into a conversation with Pope Francis himself. This documentary follows their journey to Rome and the extraordinary experiences that took place there, and is packed with powerfully moving personal stories alongside the latest information about the planetary crisis and the toll it’s taking on nature and people. Because, in the words of the Laudato Si’ Movement chair Lorna Gold, “once you know, you CANNOT look away.” #LaudatoSiFilm Learn more about the protagonists and how you can take action at https://TheLetterFilm.org

Father D’Sa Goes Paragliding

A short two minute clip of Father Bernard D’Sa as he prepares to go paragliding while in Ecuador.


Pope Francis’ 4 tips for confession

The Pope gave some advice on how to embrace the sacrament of confession before thousands of young people during his trip to Slovakia. vestibulum turpis. Proin sit amet venenatis nisi.

The new short video by Elizabeth McGee-Houghton on how to sign up for the new FORMED program has also been posted on our Sacred Heart YouTube channel.