The Diocese of Syracuse has been in consultation with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and is actively following the directive of the county public health departments to ensure that all diocesan parishes, schools, ministries, and charities are responding appropriately to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
6/06/2020: It was announced that Houses of Worship in NYS are permitted to use 25% capacity of their buildings for religious services. Therefore, all churches in the Diocese of Syracuse are allowed to celebrate Mass indoors at 25% capacity of your buildings. Please submit your Parish Pandemic Planning Form when you are ready to reopen.
Reopening of Churches
A Letter From Bishop Lucia Welcome Back! - 7/1/2020
Bishop Lucia's Letter to the People - 5/27/2020
Bishop Lucia is permitting the celebration of Mass beginning the Solemnity of Pentecost with these specific guidelines and instructions.
USCCB - Written Versions
Monday - Friday Daily Mass at The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 12pm with Bishop Lucia.
Central New York:
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Syracuse, NY: Mass live streamed at 4 PM Saturday and remains available on demand afterward. TauTalks, inspiring conversations on topics of faith, may be viewed on demand there as well!
Christ the King Church - Visit our Facebook page for daily Mass.
Pope John XXIII, Liverpool, NY - Mass will be posted by 6pm on Saturday.
Holy Cross, Dewitt, NY: Sunday Mass on YouTube. Visit our Facebook page. Live-streamed 4pm Saturday evening Mass & M-F 7:45am Mass. We are including intentions not only from Holy Cross, but also for St. Matthew's in E. Syr., St. Mary's in Minoa, and St. Francis in Bridgeport.
Holy Family Church, Syracuse, NY - Daily Mass at 8:00am Monday - Saturday and Sunday Mass at 9:00am. Also, Stations of the Cross at 5:30PM on Friday's.
Our Lady of Hope, Syracuse, NY: Daily masses and weekends.
Sacred Heart Church, Cicero, NY: Live Monday-Friday at 8:00am (daily mass) and Saturday at 4:00pm (vigil mass). The vigil mass will then be posted for the faithful to watch during the weekend. The live streaming can be seen on our website: www.sacredheartofcicero.com and facebook @sacredheartcicerony.
St. Daniel, Syracuse, NY: St. Daniel livestreams the Saturday Vigil Mass at 4pm every week. People can access it on our website at stdaniel.com or through the Livestream app on their Smart TV, Roku etc.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Baldwinsville, NY: Masses will be live streamed M-F at 9 am. Sundays at 9 am also. Parishioners can login to Facebook and watch LIVE or watch later by clicking the big button on our homepage.
St. Joseph's Church Camillus, NY: We will live-stream Sunday Mass on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWJS7gvdRtvg7ja1DMKBdFw
St. Rose of Lima, North Syracuse, NY - Streaming Masses, 9am Weekday (including Saturday), 4pm Vigil on Saturday, 7:30am & 10:30am Sunday.
Divine Mercy Parish, Central Square, NY - 9:30 AM each day M-F and Sunday Mass beginning around 6 PM on Saturday evening.
St. Mary's Church, Hamilton, NY - Streaming Masses, 8am Monday through Friday and Sundays at 11am.
St. Peter’s, Rome, NY: Daily Mass on YouTube.
Our Lady of Sorrows, Vestal, NY - For this weekend (Holy Week) we are live streaming our Mass at 10:00 am on Sunday. We will return to 4:00 pm Saturday’s the following week.
St. Anthony’s and St. Mary’s, Cortland, NY - Daily Mass Mon. - Fri. at 9am and Sunday mass at 10am on Facebook - @St.MarysCortland.
St. Thomas Aquinas, Binghamton, NY - Daily Mass 10am Monday—Saturday, Sunday Mass 11:30am, Stations of the Cross 11am Friday’s.
St. James, Johnson City, NY - Live Streaming a Mass at 9:15 on Sundays. St. James in Johnson City will be celebrating and live-streaming the following Masses/services: Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper, 7:00 PM, Good Friday Service of the Lord's Passion, 3:00 PM, Easter Vigil, 8:00 PM, East Sunday morning Mass at 9:15.