Your gift in the Ashes to Easter fund drive will bring to the faithful who depend on Heart of the Nation for Sunday Mass, free Catholic publications, and prayers to our Risen Lord.

In all of the seasons of our lives, prayer keeps us centered. In gratitude for blessings, in supplication for help, and in hope of drawing ever closer to the Lord, the faithful find spiritual comfort and strength. When you donate to Heart of the Nation, your gift will become a blessing for many who gather for prayer and worship through the TV or online Mass. Whether

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Experience the faith-filled joy of Christmas Mass with Heart of the Nation on Dec. 25. If someone you love can’t get to church on Christmas, please extend an invitation to join us for Mass on TV or online.  All are welcome as we celebrate the Nativity of the Lord in worship, song, Scripture, and prayer.

Click here for the nationwide time and channel guide for the TV Mass on broadcast, cable, and satellite channels. (Christmas Mass on TV will follow the regular Sunday schedule. Video of the Mass will be online to view anytime on Christmas Ev

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Join Heart of the Nation on Dec. 8 for a joy-filled Mass online in honor of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The holy day of Mass obligation will celebrate the great things that God does for all who trust in Him and, like Mary, say “yes” to God’s plan.

The Solemnity of All Saints, Nov. 1, is a holy day of Mass obligation. Heart of the Nation invites you to Catholic Mass online throughout the day here on our website. Joyfully, we will celebrate the prayers and inspiration of the saints. (The most recently declared saint is Saint Teresa of Calcutta, canonized in September 2016.)

TV Mass Now in Charlotte, NC

Tune in Heart of the Nation’s Catholic Mass on WMYT channel 55 at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings. You’ll experience spiritual hope in a 19th-century chapel where biblical scenes in stained glass, the carved wooden altarpiece, hymns, and homilies that bring relevancy to Scripture today will enable you to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Catholic faith.

TV Mass in Allentown, PA

Local cable channel CWTAP in Allentown will carry the Catholic TV Mass at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. every Sunday. On broadcast TV, join in the

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In celebration of the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Heart of the Nation welcomes you to Mass online. (In the United States and some other countries, there is no Mass obligation on the Assumption this year because it falls on a Monday.)

Catholics celebrate Mary’s reception into heaven, body and soul, at the end of her earthly life. Other people look forward to the rejoining of body and soul at the end of time. For a pastoral reflection on the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, see page 3 of the Augu

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TV Mass in Philadelphia and Harrisburg, PA
Philadelphia viewers now have two time/channel options to join in My Sunday Mass:

  • KJWP (MeTV) channel 2 at 7 a.m.
  • WMCN ch. 44 at 8:30 a.m.

In Harrisburg, tune in the Sunday Mass on

  • WGCB (Cozi TV) channel 49 at 9 a.m.

Welcome, San Antonio Viewers
Heart of the Nation has begun televising Sunday Mass on broadcast channel KMYS (CW35) channel 35 at 6:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings. Cable viewers, join us for Mass on channel 7 or 35. On satellite TV, tune in local channel 35.

The Mass also airs on KPXL (ION)

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