Local Catholics can participate in Easter triduum liturgies via livestream, TV and radio

  • Written by Northwest Catholic
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A Vatican cameraman broadcasts Pope Francis’ Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican April 5. The Mass was shown live on the Vatican’s YouTube channel. This week, Western Washington Catholics can join Easter Triduum liturgies from local parishes as well as Rome via livestream, TV and radio. Photo: CNS/Paul Haring A Vatican cameraman broadcasts Pope Francis’ Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican April 5. The Mass was shown live on the Vatican’s YouTube channel. This week, Western Washington Catholics can join Easter Triduum liturgies from local parishes as well as Rome via livestream, TV and radio. Photo: CNS/Paul Haring

Catholics around the Archdiocese of Seattle are preparing to celebrate the Easter triduum, the summit of the church’s liturgical year, which begins on Holy Thursday.

This year, with COVID-19 prohibitions on gatherings, Catholics will be celebrating the most sacred days of their faith at home, rather than with their parish communities.

The Triduum liturgies include the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday, April 9; the Lord’s Passion on Good Friday, April 10; the Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord at the Easter Vigil on Saturday, April 11; and Easter Sunday Mass on April 12. (Learn more about the triduum.)

Here are some ways to participate:

  • Watch local parishes livestream their liturgies. More than 125 parishes and missions around the archdiocese are planning to broadcast the Easter triduum liturgies (see list below). Check each parish’s website or Facebook page for details.
  • View these liturgies as they are celebrated by Archbishop Paul D. Etienne at St. James Cathedral in Seattle (Vimeo or Facebook), in Spanish by Auxiliary Bishop Eusebio Elizondo (Facebook) and by Auxiliary Bishop Daniel Mueggenborg at Holy Innocents Church, Duvall. Find their full schedules here.
  • Virtually join Pope Francis as he celebrates the Easter triduum liturgies in Rome. View them on the Vatican News YouTube channel (if you’re an Xfinity customer with a voice remote, you can search for the Vatican YouTube channel and watch on your TV). Remember that Western Washington is 9 hours behind Rome. That means the pope’s 6 p.m. Holy Thursday Mass can be viewed at 9 a.m. in Western Washington. See the schedule here.
  • Watch on TV or listen on radio. Options include Sacred Heart Radio, a local station; EWTN (TV and radio) and Catholic TV.


Parishes and missions livestreaming or recording liturgies

All Saints, Puyallup

Assumption, Seattle

Blessed Sacrament, Seattle

Christ Our Hope, Seattle (English and Spanish)

Christ the King, Seattle

Church of the Assumption, Bellingham (English and Spanish, also daily Masses)

Eastsound Station, Orcas Island

Holy Cross, Lake Stevens/Granite Falls (also Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening Masses)

Holy Cross, Tacoma

Holy Disciples, Puyallup

Holy Family, Auburn (English and Vietnamese, also Tuesday through Friday Masses)

Holy Family, Kirkland (also daily Masses)

Holy Family, Seattle (English and Spanish)

Holy Innocents, Duvall

Holy Redeemer, Vancouver

Holy Rosary, Edmonds

Holy Rosary, West Seattle

Holy Spirit, Kent

Holy Trinity, Bremerton

Immaculate Conception, Arlington

Immaculate Conception/Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Everett

Immaculate Conception, Mount Vernon

Immaculate Heart of Mary, Kelso

Immaculate Heart of Mary, Sedro-Woolley

Lopez Island Station, Lopez Island

Mary, Queen of Peace, Sammamish (also daily Masses)

Newman Catholic Campus Ministry at WWU, Bellingham

North American Martyrs, Edmonds (extraordinary form)

Our Lady of Fatima, Seattle

Our Lady of Good Counsel, Eatonville

Our Lady of Good Help, Hoquiam

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Seattle (also daily Masses)

Our Lady of Lourdes, Seattle

Our Lady of Lourdes, Vancouver

Our Lady Queen of Heaven, Tacoma (also Wednesday and Friday Masses)

Our Lady of Sorrows, Snoqualmie

Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle

Our Lady of the Olympics, Amanda Park

Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremerton

Our Lady Star of the Sea, Stevenson

Prince of Peace, Belfair

Sacred Heart, Battle Ground

Sacred Heart, Bellevue

Sacred Heart, Bellingham

Sacred Heart, Lacey

Sacred Heart, La Conner

Sacred Heart, Tacoma (English, Vietnamese and Spanish)

Sacred Heart of Jesus, Seattle

St. Alphonsus, Seattle (also daily Masses)

St. Andrew, Sumner

St. Ann, Tacoma (English, Vietnamese and Spanish, also here)

St. Anne, Blaine

St. Anne, Forks

St. Anne, Seattle

St. Anne, Tulalip

St. Anthony, Renton (English and Spanish)

St. Anthony of Padua, Carnation

St. Augustine, Oak Harbor

St. Barbara, Black Diamond

St. Benedict, Seattle

St. Bernadette, Seattle

St. Brendan, Bothell (English and Spanish)

St. Bridget, Seattle

St. Catherine, Cathlamet

St. Cecilia, Bainbridge Island

St. Charles, Burlington

St. Charles Borromeo, Tacoma

St. Columban, Yelm

St. Edward, Seattle (English and Spanish, also daily Masses)

St. Edward, Shelton

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Bothell (English and Spanish, also daily Masses)

St. Frances Cabrini, Lakewood

St. Francis, Friday Harbor

St. Francis of Assisi, Burien

St. Gabriel, Port Orchard

St. George, Seattle (English and Spanish, also daily Masses)

St. Hubert, Langley

St. James Cathedral, Seattle

St. Jerome, Ocean Shores

St. Joachim, Bellingham

St. John Mary Vianney, Kirkland

St. John Mission, Mukilteo

St. John Vianney, Darrington

St. John Vianney, Vashon

St. John of the Woods, Tacoma (English, Vietnamese and Spanish)

St. John the Baptist, Covington

St. John the Evangelist, Seattle

St. John the Evangelist, Vancouver (English and Spanish)

St. Joseph, Ferndale

St. Joseph, Issaquah (also on YouTube)

St. Joseph, Lynden (English and Spanish)

St. Joseph, Seattle

St. Joseph, Tacoma (extraordinary form)

St. Joseph, Vancouver

St. Joseph the Worker, Yacolt

St. Jude, Redmond

St. Leo the Great, Tacoma

St. Louise de Marillac, Bellevue (English and Spanish Sunday Masses, also daily Masses in English)

St. Luke, Shoreline

St. Madeleine Sophie, Bellevue

St. Mark, Shoreline

St. Martin of Tours, Fife

St. Mary, Aberdeen

St. Mary, Anacortes

St. Mary, Castle Rock

St. Mary, Coupeville

St. Mary, Marysville

St. Mary Magdalen, Everett

St. Mary of the Valley, Monroe (English and Spanish)

St. Matthew, Seattle

St. Michael, Olympia

St. Michael, Snohomish

St. Monica, Mercer Island

St. Nicholas, Gig Harbor

St. Olaf, Poulsbo (English and Spanish)

St. Patrick, Seattle

St. Patrick, Tacoma

St. Paul, Seattle (English and Spanish, also daily Masses)

St. Paul, Swinomish

St. Paul, Westport

St. Peter, Deming (English and Spanish)

St. Peter, Seattle (English and Spanish, also daily Masses)

St. Peter, Suquamish

St. Peter, Tenino

St. Pius X, Mountlake Terrace (also daily Masses)

St. Rita of Cascia, Tacoma

St. Rose de Viterbo, Longview

St. Stephen the Martyr, Renton (also on YouTube)

St. Teresa of Calcutta, Woodinville (recordings here)

St. Theresa, Federal Way (English and Spanish)

St. Thomas, Tukwila

St. Thomas Aquinas, Camas

St. Thomas More, Lynnwood

St. Thomas the Apostle, Clallam Bay

St. Vincent de Paul, Federal Way

Sts. Cosmas and Damien, Orting

Tacoma Regional Parishes (English, Vietnamese and Spanish)

Vietnamese Martyrs, Tukwila

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