The Passionist Television Mass

SpaceFor thirty three years the Passionists have been televising The Sunday Mass from New York to an appreciative audience of shut-ins and people in hospitals throughout the country. Fr. Michael Salvagna, who grew up in the Bronx, was recently appointed its director. "It's amazing how many people we reach," says Fr. Michael. Frs. Leo Gorman and Mark Connolly were the Mass' previous directors.

SpaceLast December, Cardinal Egan celebrated Christmas Mass for The Sunday Mass which is televised from St. Frances of Rome church in the Bronx by All-Mobile Video. Celebrants and choirs are from the New York area. The TV Prayer Guide, published by The Sunday Mass goes out to 75,000 subscribers.

SpaceThe Passionists also televise a daily Mass from St. Ann's Basilica in Scranton, Pa.

SpaceInformation on the Passionist-sponsored Mass can be found at their websites: and



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