TV Mass for the homebound

Televised Mass - poster - Archdiocese of DenverThe Archdiocese of Denver began producing the televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can’t be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver’s longest running local television program.

The televised Mass is a weekly 30-minute liturgy, produced in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.

Recording of the televised Mass takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. Masses in English air at 7 a.m. Sunday morning each week and Masses in Spanish air at 7:30 a.m. on Colorado Public Television, Denver PBS, CPT12.

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About Karin Livingston

Mrs. Livingston taught at Saint Joseph Catholic School with a State of Colorado teaching license for 15 years before moving into the parish-school technology coordinator position in 2006. Mrs. Livingston was instrumental in piloting the technology aspects of the school literacy program, including introduction of the Accelerated Reader reading practice program, and the Student Teacher Assessment of Reading (STAR) program. Mrs. Livingston has been a parishioner at Saint Joseph Catholic Church since 1993. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Science from the University of California at Davis. Mrs. Livingston blogs and is the author of the young-adult equestrian novel, Winning Bet.
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