March 20, 2020

Archdiocese, other outlets offer Mass during coronavirus pandemic

Criterion staff report

Now that the five bishops of Indiana—including Indianapolis Archbishop Charles C. Thompson—have suspended public celebrations of Masses, Archbishop Thompson and various priests of the archdiocese will be making online Masses available soon. Visit the homepage of the archdiocese, www.archindy.org, for more information.

Catholic Radio Indy also has several ways that people throughout the archdiocese can listen to Mass every day, including on Sundays, during the coronavirus pandemic. The Mass is aired live every day at 8 a.m.

If you live in or around Indianapolis, tune in to 89.1 FM. If you live in Hamilton County, you can hear it at 90.9 FM, and in Anderson go to 98.3 FM.

Catholic Radio Indy station manager Jim Ganley said the station will also be airing a special 6 p.m. Mass each day during the crisis.

For those who don’t live in any of these areas, Ganley noted, people can hear Catholic Radio Indy programming several other ways. On a computer, hear live-streaming 24 hours a day at: www.CatholicRadioIndy.org. On a cellphone, dial 605-562-9822 to listen. The call is free for those with unlimited minutes on their cell plan. A “Smart-Speaker” device, simply say, “Alexa, play Catholic Radio Indy.”

Watch and hear the Mass at any time, on-demand 24 hours a day, courtesy of Catholic TV, by going to www.CatholicRadioIndy.org and clicking on the daily Mass link near the bottom of the website.

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