As coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns continue, the Diocese of Greensburg said it is “making a coordinated effort to encourage self-isolation but deter loneliness.”

“Our mission is to help parishioners stay connected to their faith during this time of crisis,” the diocese said in a news release.

The diocese — which serves roughly 140,000 parishioners at 78 parishes in Westmoreland, Armstrong, Indiana and Fayette counties — will have close to 20 online options available for area Catholics to watch Mass over the next few weeks. Parishioners can also text the word “Faith” to 724-305-3057 to sign up for text message alerts.

Online Mass viewing options include:


Mass celebrated by Bishop Edward C. Malesic will livestreamed at 9 a.m. Sundays online at and on the official Diocese of Greensburg social media accounts.


St. Vincent Basilica Seminary and Monastery, Unity Township, will have recorded Mass at 8 a.m. daily at

Holy Family Church, Latrobe, will livestreamed Mass at 11 a.m. Monday through Friday at Facebook @HolyFamilyLatrobe. Sunday Mass will be recorded and posted Saturday evening. The church’s YouTube page is Mass will also be posted on parish website at


St. James Parish, New Alexandria, will have daily Mass recorded and posted to YouTube at


Blessed Sacrament Cathedral Mass will be livestreamed from 10:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday on Facebook accounts for @blessedsacramentcathedral and @dioceseofgreensburg.

Our Lady of Grace, Greensburg, and St. Benedict, Marguerite, will livestream Mass at 4 p.m. Saturday, interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing, YouTube at Our Lady of Grace Roman Catholic Church, Greensburg. It will be posted to parish Facebook sites, Facebook OLGGreensburgPA and StBenGreensburgPA, and parish websites at and

Seton Hill University Mass will be posted at 7 a.m. Sunday and Wednesday at


Mass at Church of the Good Shepherd, Kent, Indiana County, will be livestreamed at 9 a.m. daily and 8 a.m. Sunday on Facebook Latin Mass will be available at 1 p.m. Sunday online at YouTube and the site at


Mass at Immaculate Conception Parish, Irwin, will be available online at 8 a.m. Sunday at and Facebook @ICIrwin

St. Agnes Parish, Sunday Mass will be recorded. Mass will be livestreamed 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, Facebook @StAgnesRomanCatholicChurch and YouTube, and posted on the parish website,

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, North Huntingdon, recorded Mass to be posted Sunday at 9 a.m. on the parish Facebook @seasnh and YouTube accounts and the parish website at


St. Barbara Parish, Harrison City, will hold Sunday Mass live at 4:15 p.m. Saturday on Facebook @stbarbarahc and Instagram @stbarbarahc


St. Regis Parish, Trafford, Saturday Vigil Mass will be recorded and posted by 7 p.m. on YouTube @StRegisTrafford and the parish website,


Partner parishes of St. Peter, Brownsville, and St. Cecilia, Grindstone, will be livestreamed at 11 a.m. Sunday on Facebook @HistoricChurchofStPeter and posted to the parish website at


St. John the Baptist Parish, Perryopolis, will record Mass Sunday-Saturday to post on Facebook @sjbperry, Twitter at sjb_perry, and the parish website,


The Epiphany of Our Lord Parish, Monessen, will have Sunday Mass recorded and posted at Facebook, YouTube, Epiphany of Our Lord Catholic Church, the parish website, and on MVI Live

St. Sebastian Parish, Belle Vernon, Sunday Mass will be recorded and posted on Facebook,, the parish website, and MVI Live

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