Despite the temporary suspension of public Masses within the Diocese of Lansing due to the COVID-19 outbreak, you and your family can still watch and prayerfully participate in the Holy Mass via live-streaming. Here is a non-exhaustive list of some of the parishes in the Diocese of Lansing who are doing so:
Sunday Mass with Bishop Boyea: Bishop Earl Boyea will be offering Sunday Mass at St. Thomas Aquinas, East Lansing. It will be broadcast on television at 6:00 AM and 10:00 AM on WLAJ Lansing TV53, and at 10:00 AM on WBSF-TV Flint Channel 46 (CW Network). It can also be listened to on radio at 11:00 AM on WJIM-AM 1240, Lansing and Good Shepherd Catholic Radio Jackson on 1510-AM and 93.3-FM, at 12:00 PM. Sunday Mass with Bishop Boyea will also be posted early Sunday morning on the Diocese of Lansing YouTube and Facebook pages as well as the Diocesan website.
St. Mary Cathedral, Lansing: Sunday Mass live at 10a.m.
St. Gerard, Lansing: Sunday Mass live at 9 a.m.
Website: https://www.stgerard.org/ –
Church of the Resurrection, Lansing: Sunday Mass live at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Daily Mass on Tuesday at 6.30pm and Wednesday to Saturday at 8.15am:
Christo Rey, Lansing: Sunday Vigil Mass at 5pm in English, Saturday, March 21. Sunday Morning Mass live at 9AM in Spanish. Daily Mass Tuesday to Friday at 5pm in Spanish:
St. Pius X, Flint: Sunday Mass live at 9.30am
Holy Redeemer, Burton: Sunday Vigil Mass live Saturday, March 21, at 4pm. Daily Mass Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 8:30a.m. Wednesday at 6:30p.m.
Holy Family, Grand Blanc: Sunday Mass live at 10am.
Our Lady of Fatima, Michigan Center: Sunday Mass live at 10.30am and Daily Mass Monday to Saturday at 8.30am. Divine Mercy Chaplet recited every day at 3pm.
Pious Union Shrine of St. Joseph Chapel, Grass Lake: Sunday Mass live at 10am and Daily Mass live each day at 8.15am.
Our Lady on the Lake, Manitou Beach: Sunday Mass will be recorded at 9.30am and uploaded thereafter to at:
The Community of St. John & Blessed Sacrament: Sunday Mass live at 9a.m: