Coronavirus: Recorded Masses Available For Glenview Church

Drew Zimmerman

This article originally appeared on the Glenview Patch

GLENVIEW, IL— Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Glenview is recording Masses through Holy Week and Easter while Gov. JB Pritzker's stay-at-home order issued as a result of the coronavirus is in effect. Masses are recorded for every day of the week by the OLPH Digital Ministry and will be archived on the church's YouTube channel, according to the church.

Each day's Mass is available for viewing on the "olphglenview" YouTube channel as the featured Mass, according to OLPH spokesman Terry Luc. Each day's Homily also is listed as the featured Homily.

A daily email with links to Masses and Homilies will be sent to subscribers. Anyone can sign up the email list through the OLPH website.

As of Thursday, over 2,500 cases and 26 deaths as a result of the coronavirus have been reported in Illinois.

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