Live-Streamed Mass Information

 

 

We will be live-streaming Mass every Sunday at 10.00am
(until the forseeable future).

Click the link below or the image above to go to the parish YouTube page to watch. Please note that you do not need a YouTube account to watch. If you do have a YouTube account then please Subscribe and click the Bell to get a reminder each time that Holy Mass is streamed.

 

live-streamed mass

 

 

An Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.

 

Today's Mass Readings on Universalis

Universalis

You can view or download the Readings at Mass by clicking the link above to Universalis.

 

Watching YouTube on Sky Q & Virgin Tivo/V6 Boxes

 

To watch YouTube on a Sky Q box follow this link to find out how!

To watch YouTube on a Virgin Tivo/V6 box or Smart TV:

Either go to the "Apps" page on your Smart TV or select channel number 198 on your Virgin TIVO box, then at the prompt press the RED button. This should open up the YouTube app on your screen. Move the cursor over to the SEARCH icon on the left hand side using the arrow keys. Then key-in "St Francis Parish Maidstone" in the Search box. Select this and you should then see a circular photo of St Francis Church. Just select that icon and the livestream window should appear about 5 minutes before Mass begins. Click this and when the stream goes live the video will start.

You do NOT need to sign in with a YouTube account to watch but if you do, you can then Subscribe and receive reminders of any future livestreams.

 

Other ways to watch Mass online

Any Smart TV, Sky Q box and Virgin V6 box is usually capable of viewing YouTube via an app or Channel 198, perfect for watching
Streamed Mass from this parish at 10.00am every Sunday.

 

 

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