Livestream Information

Access our Mass livestreams and archives on StreamSpot. The archive goes back about 30 days.
        The full StreamSpot link is

We livestream:

  • Daily 8am Mass Mon-Sat - St. Paul Church in winter and All Saints Chuch in summer
  • Sunday 9am Mass - All Saints Church
  • Various special Masses and events

Funerals are not normally livestreamed, however special arrangements can be requested.

Our StreamSpot livestreams are limited to the in-church camerasl. Therefore, any special events beyond the chuches continue to use livestreaming on our Facebook page.
        The full FaceBook link is
        No Facebook account is needed.

We livestream:

  • Fr. Jerome's Wednesday Night Catholic Traditions Questions & Answers
         First Wednesday of the month - live from the St. Paul Rectory
         Join us live, provide questions by FaceBook video chat, or dial 609-386-0163
  • Processions and other events outside church

Other Online Resources
EWTN Radio

EWTN TV Archive - Daily readings and homily
Click here to find EWTN on your local cable/satellite provider or click here for radio schedule.

Our Livestream Story
Our livestreaming of Mass began early during the COVID pandemic. At that time we used FaceBook because it was quick and easy to set up, and we were able to use the parish FaceBook page. Some of you remember the Mass coming from the little chapel on the third floor of the St. Paul rectory. You may not have known that we just barely pulled that off with our wifi and Fr. Mike Kennedy's Nook tablet!

Upon returning to the church we continued to livestream, and quickly ran into issues (e.g. streaming with a microphone, streaming "too much" for FaceBook's institutional policies) and switched to a more permanent solution. Thanks to our Altar Rosary Society and others who funded the required equipment. We selected StreamSpot, an organization that specializes in streaming for houses of worship, and which provides much better support for what we're doing. Unfortunately, in that change we lost the FaceBook "chat" capability which many of our streamers used to connect with each other and provide feedback during Mass.