April 1, 2021  |  By:   |  Press Releases  |  

Easter Sunday Masses on April 4 will be broadcast live by ABC7 Los Angeles from the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels as part of a continued partnership to bring Mass into the homes of the faithful as COVID-19 restrictions limit capacity in many parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Father Brian Nunes, Vicar General for the Archdiocese will celebrate Easter Sunday Mass at 10 a.m. in English and Archbishop José H. Gomez will celebrate the Mass at 12 p.m. (noon) in Spanish.

“As we prepare once again this year to celebrate Easter in the midst of a pandemic it is a great blessing to bring the celebration of the resurrection into the homes of our people especially those who are sick or vulnerable,” said Archbishop Gomez. “I am encouraging people to return to their parishes when possible, but the ‘virtual’ Mass – via television, radio, and the internet – is a beautiful option for those who are unable to get to church. We will keep worshipping God and keep praying for the sick, our health care workers, and an end to this pandemic.” 

ABC7 Los Angeles will broadcast Easter Sunday Mass in English at 10 a.m. and in Spanish at 12 p.m. (noon) on the Localish Network, over the air on digital channel 7.2 (check local listing for provider), and via cable on Spectrum 1246 or 703, Frontier 467, COX Cable 1133 and Mediacom 520.

Guadalupe Radio (guadaluperadio.com) will transmit the Easter Mass live at noon and El Sembrador (elsembradorministries.com) will rebroadcast the Mass in Spanish at 5 p.m. PDT on Easter Sunday.  

Easter Sunday Masses will also be livestreamed on facebook.com/lacatholics and http://olacathedral.org/live/.

Faithful may find a listing of available livestreams and broadcasts of Masses in the Archdiocese atlacatholics.org/mass-for-the-homebound.


Latest video footage and photographs are available on the Archdiocese social channels @lacatholics on FacebookInstagram and TwitterVideo footage and photographs (credit: Angelus News) of Masses celebrated by Archbishop José H. Gomez are also available. The Archdiocese of Los Angeles is the largest and most diverse Catholic Archdiocese in the United States with approximately five million Catholics, serving the three counties of Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara. For the latest news, events and to subscribe for media alerts visit media.la-archdiocese.org.