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2020 Virtual Lent Resources

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With the closings of our buildings and cancellations of Masses due to COVID-19, we have moved many of our Lent resources online. See below for a variety of resources for Lent 2020.

St. Brigid of Kildare Mass Live Stream Schedule:

Our live streams of Mass are available YouTube channel and our parish Facebook page.
Daily Masses:
Will be live streamed each day at Noon.
Weekend Masses:
Will be live streamed at 5 PM on Saturdays and 9:30 AM on Sundays.
Please remember these are strictly live streams only, no one will be permitted to enter the church.
You can also access these videos after they are recorded by scrolling on these pages to the most recent videos.
To sign up to be notified when a livestream begins:
On YouTube, click the “Subscribe” button (you will be prompted to login)
On Facebook, click Like and Follow on the page to get notified via Facebook when we are live. The recorded daily Masses will also remain on these pages if you scroll down.

Here are visual instructions for how to be notified.

A Family’s Guide to Watching Mass Remotely
Click here for a great visual guide with tips for watching Mass virtually with your family.

First Friday Virtual Holy Hour

Taking place Friday, April 3 at 3 PM, and also available for later viewing on the live stream channels.

Stations of the Cross

Will be available soon on the live stream channels.

Lenten Taize

Will be replayed on Tuesday, April 7 at 7 PM, and also available on the live stream channels.

Holy Week Masses and Events from St. Joseph Cathedral

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord — 10:30 a.m.

 

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of Holy Week

  • Daily Mass — 12:05 p.m.
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel
  • Diocesan-wide Lenten Retreat from St. Joseph Cathedral
    Leader: Father Michael Kelly, Director of Spiritual Formation, Pontifical College Josephinum

    • Monday, April 6 – Our Response to This Particular Holy Week 
    • Tuesday, April 7 — The Evil that Challenged the Last Supper
    • Wednesday, April 8 — The Blessed Virgin Mary Guiding Us Through Holy Week
      • Broadcasts each day at 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
      • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel

Thursday of Holy Week

·         The Chrism Mass — 9:00 a.m.

o   Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth

o   Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel

 

THE SACRED PASCHAL TRIDUUM

  • Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 6:30 p.m.
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel
  •  Good Friday — The Celebration of the Passion of the Lord – 12 Noon
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel
  • Good Friday — Stations of the Cross – 7:00 p.m.
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
  • Holy Saturday — The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night – 8:00 p.m.
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel
  • Easter Sunday Mass — 10:30 a.m.
    • Broadcast Live on NBC4 TV, Columbus
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel
  • Broadcast in SPANISH:

Holy Week Masses and Events from St. Joseph Cathedral

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Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord — 10:30 a.m.

 

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of Holy Week

  • Daily Mass — 12:05 p.m.
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel 
  • Diocesan-wide Lenten Retreat from St. Joseph Cathedral
    Leader: Father Michael Kelly, Director of Spiritual Formation, Pontifical College Josephinum

    • Monday, April 6 – Our Response to This Particular Holy Week 
    • Tuesday, April 7 — The Evil that Challenged the Last Supper
    • Wednesday, April 8 — The Blessed Virgin Mary Guiding Us Through Holy Week
      • Broadcasts each day at 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
      • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel 

Thursday of Holy Week

·         The Chrism Mass — 9:00 a.m.

o   Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth

o   Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel 

 

THE SACRED PASCHAL TRIDUUM

  • Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 6:30 p.m.
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel 
  •  Good Friday — The Celebration of the Passion of the Lord – 12 Noon

    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel 
  • Good Friday — Stations of the Cross – 7:00 p.m.
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
  • Holy Saturday — The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night – 8:00 p.m.
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel 
  • Easter Sunday Mass — 10:30 a.m.
    • Broadcast Live on NBC4 TV, Columbus
    • Broadcast on St. Gabriel Radio, 820 AM, Columbus, and 88.3 FM, Portsmouth
    • Live-stream at www.columbuscatholic.org, Diocesan Facebook page, and Diocesan YouTube Channel 
  • Broadcast in SPANISH:

Mass Live Stream Schedule

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We hope you have been enjoying our live streams of Mass. The videos are available at our YouTube channel and our parish Facebook page.
Daily Masses:
Will be live streamed each day at Noon.
Weekend Masses:
Will be live streamed at 5 PM on Saturdays and 9:30 AM on Sundays.
Please remember these are strictly live streams only, no one will be permitted to enter the church.
You can also access these videos after they are recorded by scrolling on these pages to the most recent videos.
To sign up to be notified when a livestream begins:
On YouTube, click the “Subscribe” button (you will be prompted to login)
On Facebook, click Like and Follow on the page to get notified via Facebook when we are live. The recorded daily Masses will also remain on these pages if you scroll down.

Here are visual instructions for how to be notified.

Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross have been pre-recorded and will be posted on our YouTube and Facebook pages soon for viewing anytime.

A Request from OhioHealth: How to Help

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Looking for ways to help out during the pandemic? We have received the following request from OhioHealth on ways that faith communities can support them and their workers during this time.
  1. Prayers.  This might be obvious, but if you would surround our hospital staff (and all medical staff in our community) with prayers, that would make the largest impact for us.  While you are praying for our health workers, we’d like to let them know that!  So if your congregation is including healthcare workers in its prayers, please send us an email at FaithCommunityRelations@OhioHealth.com.  We will put a scroll on one of our associate pages, so that they can see that they are being prayed for in the challenging days ahead.
  2. Supply Donations. There are several different material donations that would be invaluable for us in caring for patients.  We have posted suggested donations and site information on our website at https://www.ohiohealth.com/covid-19/medical-supply-donations/
  3. Cloth Masks. We know that some of you have already begun making cloth masks.  With personal preferences varying so widely, we are not providing specific patterns or instructions for how to do this — there are many patterns online.  We will accept any pattern/style as long as the masks are made from cotton. We prefer 70/30 cotton/polyester blend but will accept all masks made of cotton. We prefer masks made with fabric ties for wearer comfort but will accept those with elastic.  When using the above donation link, please scroll down past the donation locations for specifics on homemade masks.
These have been challenging days.  We know that you have not been able to gather together physically for worship and community time, but that your ministries of care, service, and prayer continue.  We are grateful for all of the ways that we can work together to care for our community.  Thanks for being with us in this battle.

TMIY is now virtual – Saturdays at 7AM

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Men of St Brigid NOW MORE THAN EVER TMIY can help you stay connected to your faith and your families.

TMIY is now virtual and continuing Saturday Mornings at 7AM. If you are not registered for TMIY go to the parish website and search TMIY and register. Once you have registered you will receive emails on how to register for these virtual sessions. View the video as a total group and then be split into small groups to discuss the issues we are facing as Catholic Men. If you are already registered with TMIY watch for the weekly email on how to register and connect.

This is the time for us to step up as Catholic Men !

Register Here: https://stbrigidofkildare.org/2019/12/16/that-man-is-you/

Day of Prayer – Friday, March 27

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Our Bishop, Robert J. Brennan, has called for a special day of prayer and penance for the sick and those who care for them on Friday, March 27, 2020.
In support of his call, St. Gabriel Radio will have at the top of the each hour on a local priest for 10-15 minutes of prayer and encouragement. This will be from 8AM-5PM and then they will rejoin their regularly scheduled programming during these hours.
We hope you will join this Friday – listening and praying with your community!
Pope Francis has also called us to join with the world in prayer through an extraordinary blessing “urbi et orbi” (to the city and the world) at 1 p.m. ET on Friday. Read more about that here.

Offertory Donations Update

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We are so blessed to have such faithful and supportive parishioners. During this crisis, St. Brigid of Kildare will continue to support our devoted employees and hard-working vendors. If you are able during this time, please consider continuing your support of our parish so that we can continue supporting our employees and many small business vendors that depend on these payments.
If you normally donate by envelopes or the basket, we have set up a link to donate online with a one-time donation. Just click here to complete the form.
Another option is to sign up for Electronic Funds Transfer. You can do this by completing this Offertory Commitment Form and mailing it to PO Box 3130, Dublin, OH 43016. We will continue to check mail once a week.
You can also mail in a check to our PO Box 3130 Dublin, Ohio 43016.
If you have any questions about the continuation of your offertory contributions at this time, please contact Jackie Mack via email at jmack@stbrigidofkildare.org.
We will continue to pray for you and your family’s health and safety during this time, and please continue to pray for us. Thank you.

Livestream with us at 9:30 AM today for Sunday Mass

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Join Father Morris and Deacon Paul for our livestream Mass at 9:30 AM today either on our YouTube channel or our parish Facebook page. Please remember this is strictly a livestream only, no one will be permitted to enter the church.
You can also access these videos after they are recorded by scrolling on these pages to the most recent videos. To sign up to be notified when a livestream begins, on YouTube, click the “Subscribe” button (you will be prompted to login), or to sign up on Facebook, click Like and Follow on the page to get notified via Facebook when we are live. The recorded daily Masses will also remain on these pages if you scroll down.
Please remember there are many other daily and weekend Masses available via online sources, including:
Continue to stay safe and healthy, and we will continue to keep you in our prayers during this time.

Livestream Update

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Please see the letter released March 16, 2020 from the Catholic Bishops of Ohio regarding suspending all publicly celebrated Masses and Liturgies through Easter.
At St. Brigid of Kildare, this means all doors to our church, chapel, parish offices, Hendricks Hall, and educational center will remain locked until further notice. We are doing this in the best interest of all of our parishioners, and feel this is the best way to protect our community and those most at-risk.
As an update to our livestreaming capabilities, we will have a daily Mass and a Sunday Mass available via livestream at our YouTube channel and our parish Facebook account. Please sign up for notifications if you wish to be notified when a Mass will begin streaming live, as our Mass schedule will not be fixed during this rapidly evolving situation.
To sign up for notifications on YouTube, click the “Subscribe” button (you will be prompted to login), or to sign up on Facebook, click Like and Follow on the page to get notified via Facebook when we are live. The recorded daily Masses will also remain on these pages if you scroll down.
Please remember there are many other daily and weekend Masses available via online sources, including:
Thank you for your prayers and patience during this time.