TV Mass

The Televised Catholic Mass for the homebound airs each Sunday at 9:00 a.m. on CW34 WTVX and reaches more than 743,000 households in the five-county area of the Diocese of Palm Beach (check your local cable or satellite system for the correct channel number). 

Each week, priests from around the five counties of the diocese along with Bishop Barbarito bring the Mass to the sick, homebound, in hospitals or in nursing homes. This broadcast connects our brothers and sisters in Christ to the diocesan community and the Catholic Church. It also provides an opportunity to evangelize to the community at-large and to bring others to the Catholic Church.

free missallette to help viewers celebrate the televised Mass is available upon request. Please send such written requests to:

Missallette Request
DPB Office of Communications
P.O. Box 109650
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410-9650


The televised Catholic Mass is supported by tax-deductible contributions from viewer donations and to the Diocesan Services Appeal. To mail a donation, please send to:

The Catholic Mass
DPB Office of Communications
P.O. Box 109650
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410-9650

Please be sure to write in the memo of the check “TV Mass”

 

How to Find CW34 WTVX**

The CW34 channel can be found on the following cable systems:

 

  • On Comcast, you will find CW34 on Channels 4 & 435 HD
  • On AT&T/U-Verse, you will find CW34 on Channels 4 & 1004 HD
  • On Direct TV & DISH Network, you will find CW34 on Channel 4
  • On Hometown Cable Plus, you find CW34 on Channels 4 & 304
  • On Digital Antennas, you find CW34 on the Over-Air-Channel 34.0

 

**Airing of TV Mass began on July 19, 2015

If you have additional questions or need further information, please contact the Office of Communications.

 

How to View & Hear the Weekly Homilies

Please visit www.diocesepb.org/videos to hear the weekly homilies.

 

Volunteer to Serve as One of Our Lectors

To serve as a televised Mass Lector, experienced Lectors should contact the Office of Communications.

 

For more information on the Mass, please contact the Office of Communications