Email Group

LiveMass.net uses a Google Email Group to make announcements about special broadcasts, updates to the iMass apps, and any other important topics related to the growth of LiveMass.

Emails are not frequent, and always important.

To sign up, simply send a blank email to the following email address:


livemass+subscribe@googlegroups.com


By signing up to the email group you will be first to hear any announcement from LiveMass.net and iMass - before press releases are made.







LiveMass.net

LiveMass began as a cam corder at the back of Christ the King Chapel in Sarasota, Florida. The idea was to provide a transmission of the Holy Mass for parishioners who are unable to attend in person.


Soon we discovered that there are many people throughout the world who fit that category. Television stations asked to re-broadcast our stream. Benefactors gave generously. And under the protection of Our Lady of Pilar, it has grown into a worldwide broadcast, providing Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form to the most remote places of the globe.


There have been conversions, there have been souls who have no priest near them who have been able to “attend” Holy Mass. There have been priests who have used the site to aid them in their learning to celebrate Mass in the Extraordinary Form (the Latin Mass).


The iMass app was the first app that broadcast Holy Mass. It began for iPhone, and is now available for Android and Kindle as well. Today more of our viewers watch our broadcast on their mobile devices than on our website.



And the future?

We would like to broadcast Holy Mass from many different parts of the world at different times of day. There have been requests from Italy and France to include a broadcast from their countries. We will see where the Will of God and the protection of Our Blessed Mother leads this apostolate.





The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter

The LiveMass.net Apostolate is provided by the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter.

The Fraternity was founded in 1988 by His Holiness Pope John Paul II, to provide the Mass in the Extraordinary Form throughout the world. If you would like to find out more about the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, visit www.fssp.org