Cardinal Sean O'Malley presides at the Lord's Last Supper from Boston''s renovated Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley presides at the Mass of the Lord's Last Supper from Boston's renovated Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Holy Thursday.
Father Robert Reed leads Holy Thursday morning prayer service from CatholicTV's Chapel of the Holy Cross.
Chrism Mass celebrated by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's Basilica, March 18, 2019.
The CatholicTV Network exclusive broadcast of the Chrism Mass for the Archdiocese of Boston, celebrated on Tuesday of Holy Week by Cardinal Seán O’Malley at Boston's renovated Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
At the Mass, the cardinal blessed the oils that will be used in parishes, chapels and other ministries throughout the year for baptisms, confirmations, ordinations, and the anointing of the sick. Priests and bishops renewed their priestly promises. First televised Mass from the "new" cathedral.
Lenten service with Ursuline Academy choir featuring readings and prayer with choral pieces and communal hymns to reflect upon.
Bishop Robert Reed hosted a Blink series for The CatholicTV Network called 'A Lenten Journey with Saint Thérèse' featuring daily meditations for the season through Holy Week and Easter. On-demand episodes are available via this playlist from CatholicTV's YouTube page.
Father Warren Savage from the Diocese of Springfield, MA hosted a Blink series for The CatholicTV Network called 'Mindful Meditations for Lent' featuring meditations for each week of the season and major milestones through Holy Week and Easter. 11 episodes are available via this playlist from CatholicTV's YouTube page.
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During the season of Lent, CatholicTV offers new programming each week focusing on this solemn time of year. Enjoy original CatholicTV programming and specials from around the universal Church, concluding with our Holy Week broadcasts from Boston, Notre Dame, San Antonio and Vatican City. Tune in for various special programming commemorating the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Visit CatholicTV.org's Holy Week page for the latest broadcast schedule.