Throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore, Catholics are using the latest in communications technology to transmit the Gospel on the radio, via video, over podcasts and more. Check out the following broadcasts. If you know of other Catholic broadcasts in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, email George Matysek at gmatysek@CatholicReview.org.
For a list of parishes that livestream their Masses and liturgies, click here.
Archdiocese of Baltimore
Videos related to the Archdiocese of Baltimore are featured here.
Radio Mass of Baltimore
St. Ignatius in Baltimore produces the weekly Radio Mass of Baltimore. For more information, click here.
Catholic Review Radio
Catholic Review Radio features weekly conversations about the church locally and around the world. To listen on radio through archived podcasts, click here.
How We Grieve
A production of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, “How We Grieve” interviews Christians about their experiences of grief and loss. Hosted by Edward Herrera, HWG asks questions that are helpful to those experiencing loss and friends and family who want to comfort them. Listen here.
Videos covering the Archdiocese of Baltimore are featured here.
Catholic Relief Services
Baltimore-based CRS offers a podcast with behind-the-scenes accounts of its 75-year history of relief work around the world. Click here to listen.
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Baltimore
Homilies from Father James Boric are featured here.
Talks presented at the P3 Baltimore program for young adults are featured here.
St. Benedict, Baltimore
WVTO, a Catholic radio broadcast, originates here.
Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Homeland
Homilies from Monsignor Richard Woy and clergy of the cathedral are featured here, along with spiritual reflections by Cathedral staff.
Catholic Community of Ascension, Halethorpe and St. Augustine, Elkridge
Father John Williamson maintains a video blog here.
Christ the King, Glen Burnie
Homilies from Father T. Austin Murphy Jr. are found here.
Church of the Nativity, Timonium
The parish offers spiritual messages here.
Homestead Story: Chickens, Cows, Kids and Catholics
Peter and Kristen Daub podcast about faith and life here.
Sacred Heart, Glyndon
Homilies from the clergy of Sacred Heart are found here.
St. Alphonsus Rodriguez Church, Woodstock
Homilies from the clergy of St. Alphonsus Rodriguez Church are found here.
St. Bernardine, Baltimore
Homilies from Monsignor Richard Bozelli and the clergy of St. Bernardine are found here.
St. Ignatius, Baltimore
Homilies from the clergy of Baltimore’s Jesuit church are featured here.
St. John, Westminster
Homilies from Father Mark Bialek are featured here.
St. John the Evangelist, Columbia
Homilies from the clergy are featured here.
St. John the Evangelist, Severna Park.
Homilies from Father Erik Arnold, Father Michael Rubeling and the clergy of St. John are featured here.
St. Joseph, Cockeysville
Homilies from Monsignor Richard Hilgartner, Father John Martinez, Jesuit Father Stephen Spahn and clergy of St. Joseph are featured here.
St. Joseph, Sykesville
Homilies from the clergy of St. Joseph are featured here.
WSJF 92.7 FM originates from St. Joseph.
Relevant Radio’s standard Mass schedule is to have a live Mass every night at 8:30 p.m. and a Sunday morning Mass at 10 a.m.
Beginning 3/15/2020 (in response to the Coronavirus outbreak):
Sunday – live at 1 p.m. – rebroadcast at 8:30 p.m.
Monday – live at 1 p.m. – rebroadcast at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday – live at 1 p.m. – rebroadcast at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday – live at 1 p.m. – rebroadcast at 8:30 p.m.
Thursday – live at 1 p.m. – rebroadcast at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday – live at 1 p.m. – rebroadcast at 8:30 p.m.
Click here for more information.
St. Philip Neri, Linthicum
Homilies from Father Michael DeAscanis are found here.
Our Lady of Grace, Parkton
Homilies from the clergy of Our Lady of Grace are featured here.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Ellicott City
Homilies and podcasts from the clergy and parishioners of Our Lady of Perpetual Help are found here.
Podcasts, videos, radio interviews and more with Father Leo Patalinghug. Visit here.