UP-DATE (Sat, 12noon): Yes, we are broadcasting right now from St Mary's on both the iMass App and the website www.livemass.net
Above, the App. Below, the website.
Sarasota -- Fribourg -- Guadalajara -- Warrington
The App created by Fr James Fryar, FSSP for watching Holy Mass Live on iPhones, iPads etc has just been up-dated to version 4.0 for iOS 11. It is very simple to use and quick in its operations.
If you miss the live transmission, by clicking on "Sunday Mass" you can watch the previous Sunday's Mass until it is replaced the following Sunday, and similarly for Monday-to-Saturday on "Today's Mass" until it is replaced the next day. The four locations where the Masses are currently filmed are:
- Christ the King Church, Sarasota, Florida, USA, where LiveMass began;
- Basilique Notre-Dame, Fribourg, Switzerland, where the FSSP's General House is located;
- Templo de Nuestra Señora del Pilar, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico;
- St Mary's Shrine, Warrington, England.
Between these four, homilies can be heard in English, Spanish and French.
By linking to www.divinumofficium.com, the App also gives access to the texts of the Mass and also the Breviary. Below is a screenshot for the Introit of tomorrow's Mass of the Holy Trinity. There are lots of versions of the breviary available, and translations into different languages.
We hope to be broadcasting live today from St Mary's, Warrington both on the iMass App and on the website: www.livemass.net The website is due to be up-dated soon, and iMass 4.1 for iPads should also be available in the coming weeks. God willing we will be able to stream the Ordinations live on 17 June, and also Rev Alex Stewart's first Mass on Corpus Christi (18 June).
Many thanks to the benefactors and technicians who have made all this possible; and to God Whose desire is that His Word runs swiftly to the ends of the world (Psalm 147:4); to Jesus Who by His Sacrifice, by being lifted up from the earth, will draw the all men to Himself (John 12:32).