Live Liturgy Links

Scroll below to find links to local, national and international media links for live-streamed and recorded Masses.

Listen, Watch, Pray


  • Local Programming

    Live-streamed Mass with Archbishop Paul Etienne daily at 8:30am. View the live stream and archived recordings here at Vimeo, or on Facebook.    Archbishop Etienne is remaining in touch with his flock through messages at the Archdiocese of Seattle website here and on Facebook.


    A comprehensive listing of parishes with live stream Masses is available at Northwest Catholic online.  Below are two options that do not require Facebook.


    St. Michael Parish, Olympia  9:30am Sunday Mass live stream on their YouTube channel weekly, here.


    St. Louise Parish, Bellevue  live stream liturgies 5pm Saturdays, 1pm Sundays (Espanol) through their website here.

  • National and International Programming

    Pope Francis' morning Mass is broadcast live, with English narrations, at 5:00am Pacific Time. There are archived Masses also available. Find it all at www.vaticannews.va   “Let's stay united. Let us make those who are alone and tested feel our closeness.”


    Word on Fire - daily Mass celebrated by Bishop Barron himself or Fr. Steve Grunow, CEO of Word on Fire. 


    ETWN broadcasts Sunday Mass at 5am and 9am. Visit their website for full programming schedule and web links to view.


    Plenary Indulgences in time of the Corona Virus

    Pope Francis issued a decree granting indulgences for people with COVID-19, for those who care for them, including medical staff and family members, and for those who pray for them. Read the decree from Pope Francis here.     


  • Radio

    Sacred Heart Radio  AM 1180 and FM 107.3 in Tacoma  Sacred Heart Radio is enabling Catholics to stay connected to God, maintain peace of mind, and continue to be spiritually nourished during this crisis.

       Daily Mass broadcasted at 5 am and 9 am (encore)

       Daily Rosary at 2:30 am  / 1 pm / 8:30 pm

       Catholic News and Programs 7 days a week, 24 hours a day