Sunday Mass Videos

Monsignor Lawrence celebrates the Sunday Catholic Mass at the St. Columba Church YouTube channel for on-demand and on-the-go viewing. The Eucharist is the source and summit of the Roman Catholic faith we share in the Sacrifice of the Mass, the center of this mission. Hear the words of the Gospel, reflect on the homily, and worship God with us.

has been extremely successful in keeping our parish family united through the shelter-at-home period, with over 21,000 views and over 103,000 impressions since its creation on March 21. Thank you to everyone who has been worshiping through the Youtube Masses, the Rosary, and music videos with images of our church and grounds. We hope that they have helped you to feel spiritually united to the parish even when we are physically separated.

FROM OUR DIOCESE: The Diocese strongly recommends that those who are sick, have a compromised immune system or are considered more vulnerable continue to remain home at this time.
-The dispensation from the Sunday obligation to attend Mass is still in place. All Mass livestreams are strongly encouraged to continue.
-All parishioners attending Mass must wear a face mask. Masks may only be removed when receiving Holy Communion.
-Holy Communion will be distributed at the regular time during Mass. We recommend that Holy Communion be received on the hand.
-Parishes are to use tape or rope to indicate proper social distancing within the parish buildings, including the pews.
-Proper sanitation will occur after every gathering and at the close of every day.
-Holy Water fonts will remain empty. Bottled holy water may be available for parishioners to take home. All hymnals, missals, missalettes and Bibles will be removed.
-The Sign of Peace will continue to be omitted.

St. Columba Church Sunday Mass Videos and More

Go directly to our YouTube channel where you will find links to Monsignor Robert E. Lawrence’s celebrations of Daily and Sunday Masses and music provided by our Director of Music, Catherine Chayko.

Because we returned to in-church observances, we have suspended regular Daily Mass recordings/posts with the May 29 service. We will continue adding Sunday Masses and other special recordings for the foreseeable future.

NEW: Join us for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 24/25, 2020, celebrated by Monsignor Robert E. Lawrence, Pastor, accompanied by Frank Delucca, Music Minister

NEW: St. Columba’s Music Ministry has formed an all-new Virtual Choir, and this is our first video. Please like and share!! We present this with love, and with every hope that our Lord May bless and keep you.
Video/audio work by Catherine Chayko, Music Director.
May the Lord Bless and Keep You, copyright 1992, Grayson Warren Brown. Music is published by OCP Publications.

Adapting the song Parable by M.D. Ridge, with photos our parish and public domain art. Music credits: The song Parable, by M.D. Ridge, text based on Ecclesiastes 3:1-9, Matthew 13: 4-8, text and music copyright 1987, OCP. Performed by Catherine Chayko, Director of Music, St. Columba Church.

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.

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