The Sunday TV Mass is a weekly production of the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls broadcast from the Cathedral of Saint Joseph.
Our goal is to bring the Sacred Liturgy to the homebound and those unable to join their local community for Mass. Many thousands take part each week!
You can view the Mass on this website and all across South Dakota on the local CBS affiliate.
Sundays at 10:00am CT – 9:00am MT – KELOLAND TV
Watch this week’s Sunday TV Mass online
This week’s Homily from Bishop Paul J. Swain
Thank you for being with us today as we celebrate this “White Mass’ where we recognize, honor and pray for all those in the healing ministry of health care, Catholic and not. It is named the White Mass because of the tradition of wearing white garments, although that is less common these days.
We priests wear red because this is the feast day of St. Luke the Evangelist who is believed to be martyred, shed his blood for the faith. He is the patron saint of health care and health care providers. St. Paul tells us Luke was himself a physician. He wrote the Gospel of Luke as well as the Acts of the Apostles. Scripture scholars have described the Gospel of Luke as the gospel of mercy, of the poor, of prayer, and of joy. All of these reflect the tapestry of health care.