Engaging the Mass

For those homebound or wanting to better participate in the Mass

Spiritual Communion

Make a spiritual communion while watching Mass online by accessing our "Spiritual Communion" via the button below.

Daily Readings

Read or listen to the daily Mass readings every day on the USCCB website. Spend time reflecting in personal prayer. They are ordered from the end to the beginning of the month. 

If you prefer a tangible copy of the daily Mass readings, you can order a Magnificat Edition via a monthly subscription to be mailed to your home.   

Sunday Reading Podcasts

Listen to Bishop Robert Barron's Sunday Homily (weekly) or access a great podcast, Lanky Guys, which dicusses Sacred Scripture with a Sunday Homily format (available wherever you access podcasts).

Books about the Mass

To gain a greater understanding of the Mass, read

Liturgical Podcast

To learn about all things liturgy, listen to The Liturgy Guys, available wherever you access podcasts. The hosts bring both light and intellectual discussion to the Mass and Liturgy of the Hours. One of the hosts, Chris Carstens, was born and raised in Minden, NE!

Watch Daily Mass

Watch the Parish's live-streamed Masses via Facebook every:

  • 7:00 am, Monday - Saturday

  • 10:00 am, Sunday

  • 1:00 pm, Sunday in Spanish

Sunday Mass is also broadcasted on KSNB-4 every Sunday at 9:30 am by the Diocese of Lincoln. 

Liturgy of the Hours

Liturgy of the Hours is an extension of the Mass meant to sanctify your entire day, beginning with praise to God for a new day in Morning Prayer and gradually moving throughout the day towards contemplation of death with complete confidence in God. It is a beautiful, dynamic dialogue between you, God, the Church, and the world using the Psalms. Access the Liturgy of the Hours, as well as daily Mass readingsantiphons,  collects, and a vast array of daily prayers for FREE at iBreviary.com. You can also download the FREE iBreviary app on your device to daily access to all things liturgy. Select their logo to be sent to iBreviary.com.

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Fr. Dominic Phan St. Cecilia Catholic Church Hastings, NE
Fr. Dominic Phan Distributing Communion St. Cecilia Catholic Church Hastings, NE
Crucifix at St. Cecilia Catholic Church, Hastings, NE