Holy Mass and Liturgy of the Hours

Knock Shrine

The Church describes the Holy Mass as “the source and summit of the Christian life”.  Daily Mass is celebrated and is available below via video stream from Knock Shrine  Ireland’s National Marian Shrine where over 1.5 million pilgrims visit each year. The Knock  Annual Novena takes place each August and ceremonies are also streamed live.

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Watch previous ceremonies at Knock Parish Church here

Watch previous ceremonies at Knock Basilica here


Glenstal Abbey

There is another live video stream below to the Benedictine Monks at their Church in Glenstal Abbey where you can join them in celebrating the Liturgy of the Hours and Holy Mass. The monks gather in the Abbey Church several times each day. When they do, much of their prayer is sung. Chant, in both English and Latin, is the medium through which the all the psalms and canticles of the daily offices and the parts of the Mass are sung.

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Kylemore Abbey

There is also a live video stream below to the Benedictine Nuns at their Church in Kylemore Abbey where you can join them in celebrating Holy Mass. The nuns gather in the Church daily. Hymns are sung beautifully by the sisters during the liturgy .

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Other Masses via livestream video

Alternatively, there is a link to a list of live video streams from various Churches throughout Ireland and the UK where mass is streamed live on a daily basis. For details on the locations and times, please click Here



What is the Liturgy of the Hours?
Morning Prayer – at the start of the day’s work and the coming of the light.
Daytime Prayer – at mid-morning, noon and in the afternoon, to unite us with the one for whom and through whom we are working.
Evening Prayer – at the end of the day’s work, to offer up what we have done.
Night Prayer – last thing at night, to commend our souls to God.
And finally, there is the magnificent Office of Readings, at whatever time of day is best for us to reflect on the mystery of salvation, with the help of Scripture and the writings of the Fathers of the Church.

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