Join us for Mass: Pentecost

Join us for the celebration of Mass for the Solemnity of Pentecost!

Due to the availability of volunteers, beginning this weekend and continuing indefinitely, we will switch from streaming the 10 am Mass on Sunday to the 8 am Mass on Sunday. We will continue to stream the 5 pm Vigil Mass on Saturday whenever we have a volunteer sign up. 

If you are interested in helping run the live streams for our Masses and other events, please email us at broadcast@ouraldygc.org

This weekend, we will be streaming the 5 pm Mass on Saturday, and the 8 am Mass on Sunday. You can join the live streams at the buttons below. Both will also be saved to our Youtube Channel for later viewing.

Join us for the Sixth Sunday of Easter

Join us for the celebration of Mass for the Fifth Sunday of Easter! 

We have been working hard to help you all access our live streams in the easiest, most convenient way. To this end, we have now set up a new page on our website where you can conveniently view the most recent Mass without having to follow a Mass-specifiic link or go to our YouTube channel. From now on, we will be directing you to that page, although you are still welcome to go directly to our YouTube channel if you wish!
Thanks to our fantastic volunteers, we will again be live streaming two different Masses this weekend. We will be streaming the 5 pm Mass on Saturday, and the 10 am Mass on Sunday. 

You can join the live streams at the buttons below. Both will also be saved to our Youtube Channel for later viewing.

Join us for the Fifth Sunday of Easter

Join us for the celebration of Mass for the Fifth Sunday of Easter! 

We have been working hard to help you all access our live streams in the easiest, most convenient way. To this end, we have now set up a new page on our website where you can conveniently view the most recent Mass without having to follow a Mass-specifiic link or go to our YouTube channel. From now on, we will be directing you to that page, although you are still welcome to go directly to our YouTube channel if you wish!
Thanks to our fantastic volunteers, we will again be live streaming two different Masses this weekend. We will be streaming the 5 pm Mass on Saturday, and the 10 am Mass on Sunday. 

You can join the live streams at the buttons below. Both will also be saved to our Youtube Channel for later viewing.

Join us for the Fourth Sunday of Easter

Join us for the celebration of the Fourth Sunday of Easter! Thanks to our fantastic volunteers, we will again be live streaming two different Masses this weekend. You can join the live streams at the buttons below. Both will also be saved to our Youtube Channel for later viewing.

We hope you all have a blessed weekend!

Join us for the Third Sunday of Easter

Join us for the celebration of the Third Sunday of Easter! Thanks to our fantastic volunteers, we will again be live streaming two different Masses this weekend. In addition to our usual streaming of the 10 am Mass on Sunday, we will also be live streaming the 5 pm Mass on Saturday afternoon. 

You can join the live streams at the buttons below. Both will also be saved to our Youtube Channel for later viewing.

We hope you have a great weekend!

Join us for Mass for Divine Mercy Sunday!

Join us for the celebration of Mass on Divine Mercy Sunday! Thanks to our fantastic volunteers, we will again be live streaming two different Masses this weekend. In addition to our usual streaming of the 8:30 am Mass on Sunday, we will also be live streaming the 5 pm Mass on Saturday afternoon. 

You can join the live streams at the buttons below. Both will also be saved to our Youtube Channel for later viewing.

We hope you have a great weekend!

Join us for Holy Week!

Join us for our Holy Week liturgies! If you can’t join us in-person, join us online! Our schedule for the Easter Triduum is:

Holy Thursday, April 1
Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7 pm*

Good Friday, April 2
Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion 3 pm*
Stations of the Cross 7 pm*

Holy Saturday, April 3
Easter Vigil Mass 8 pm*

Easter Sunday, April 4
8 am, 10 am*, and noon Masses

*Indicates the service will also be live streamed and saved to our YouTube Channel.

You can find more information and the live stream link for each service below.

Join us for Mass | Palm Sunday

Join us for the Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion! Thanks to our fantastic volunteers, we will again be live streaming two different Masses this weekend. You can join the live streams at the buttons below. Both will also be saved to our Youtube Channel for later viewing.

We hope you have a great weekend!

Join us for Mass | Fifth Sunday of Lent

Join us for the Fifth Sunday of Lent! Thanks to our fantastic volunteers, we will again be live streaming two different Masses this weekend. You can join the live streams at the buttons below. Both will also be saved to our Youtube Channel for later viewing.

We hope you are able to enjoy the beautiful weekend! God bless you all.

The Fifth Sunday in Lent | Liturgy and Music Notes

Psalm 51 – Create a clean heart in me, O God.

This week’s responsorial psalm is composed of excerpts from Psalm 51. This is the most well-known of the Seven Penitential Psalms (Psalms 6, 32, 38, 51, 102, 130, 143), and the excerpts proclaimed on this Sunday pray to God for a renewed steadfastness in keeping His precepts, ask for His forgiveness, and promises to teach transgressors and sinners about God’s commands and the joy and purpose that living by God’s word brings to our lives. 

Of the Seven Penitential Psalms, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops says this: 

During times when we wish to express repentance and especially during Lent, it is customary to pray the seven penitential psalms. The penitential designation of these psalms dates from the seventh century. Prayerfully reciting these psalms will help us to recognize our sinfulness, express our sorrow and ask for God’s forgiveness. (usccb.org)

*A note on Psalm translations.

Like all of scripture, the book of Psalms has been translated and re-translated many times over the years, so that they may continue to be accessible to our changing world, as well as be understood by those of all cultures and languages. Recently, the Church began incorporating use of a translation from 2010 entitled The Revised Grail Psalms, so named because it is a revision of The Psalms: A New Translation, published in 1963 by The Ladies of The Grail. The hymnal/missal in use at Our Lady contains The Revised Grail Psalms, but they haven’t been completely incorporated into the Liturgy as of yet, and often, different translations are used. Thus, you may sometimes hear the choir or cantor proclaim Psalms that differ slightly from what is printed in the Missal. 

Proper of the Mass:

At the Vigil Mass (Saturday, 5pm) and the 8:30 Mass on Sunday this week, two parts of the Proper of the Mass will be sung. Before the pre-mass announcements, you will hear the Entrance Antiphon, and at the beginning of Communion, you will hear the Communion Antiphon. The texts to these Antiphons are printed below. Although these texts are sung by the choir or cantor alone, you are encouraged to take a moment to read these texts and pray along with the singers while you listen. 

Entrance Antiphon:
Give me justice, O God, 
And plead my case against a nation that is faithless.
From the deceitful and cunning rescue me, 
For you, O God, are my strength. 

Communion Antiphon:
Everyone who lives and believes in me
Will not die forever, says the Lord