Daily Live Stream Schedule from Bloomington Friary

By March 31, 2020News
Ave Maria!
There are two live streams each day from the Sacred Heart Chapel at our friary in Bloomington, Indiana.
  • Morning Mass with Rosary at 7 am and
  • afternoon Holy Hour  3:45-5:30 pm with differences on weekends (see below).

The Holy Hour consists of Exposition & Silent Adoration (3:45), Vespers (4:30), Rosary (~4:50), Litany & Benediction (~5:15). These can be viewed at AirMaria and the FranciscanFriars YouTube channel. Please share this with all who may be interested.

Here is the detailed live stream schedule from the Sacred Heart Chapel
Mass & Rosary Live Stream Schedule:
  • Mon-Fri – 7 am (Fri – Seven Sorrows of Our Lady instead of Rosary, Sometimes)
  • Saturdays – Noon (Angelus before Mass, No Rosary after)
  • Sundays – Unfortunately, Mass will not be streamed on Sunday since we are often away at other parishes.

Holy Hour Live Stream Schedule (Exposition, Silent Adoration, Vespers, Rosary, Litany, Benediction):

  • Mon-Sat 3:45-5:30 pm
  • Sun 4-5 pm (no Silent Adoration)
Other daily differences for Holy Hour
  • Fri – Stations of the Cross instead of Rosary (but not during Easter Season)
  • Sat – Seven Joys of Our Lady instead of Rosary
  • Sun – Seven Glories of Our Lady instead of Rosary

Times are US Eastern Time (UTC-4)

https://airmaria.com

https://www.youtube.com/user/franciscanfriars

 

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  • Eden E. Johnson says:

    Help! please send daily, by email, your Daily Mass. I want to attend and pray with you and for you. Thanks very much. Also, I want all transcripts of Father Torrance’s retreat conferences, specially the one of St. Therese’s Spiritual Childhood. I am 81 years old and am in need of help to prepare for heaven.

  • Irma DeWeese says:

    We are very sad that you discontinued the streaming of your Sunday mass. We have been attending this since the lockdown began last March 14. I understand where you are coming from but I still pray that you will reconsider because the elderlies are still homebound and could really use the spiritual blessing of the Sunday masses you have been streaming.

    Thank you and God bless.

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