Mass for You at Home has been broadcast since August 1971. It is believed to be the longest-running program on Australian commercial television. Mass for You at Home airs on Channel 10 at 6am each Sunday, and also on Aurora (Foxtel Channel 173) at 10am. It can also be accessed on this website from 7am on Sunday.
Mass for You at Home, from April 2021, is a production of the Diocese of Wollongong in partnership
with the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference.
Visit the Mass for You at Home YouTube channel to watch earlier Masses celebrated for the Mass for You at Home community.
Find out more about the history of Mass For You At Home
Testimonies from Mass For You At Home viewers:
“My Mother and I have watched Mass for you at Home for many years, because through age and disability we cannot physically attend Mass. I know of lots of people in Aged Care who rely on this broadcast and not able to use other technology.”
“So great to hear that Mass For You At Home can continue beyond 2021, in providing an invaluable mass experience for those who are house bound”
“I felt I was actually at Mass without Communion, thank you so much …”
“Mass for You at Home has been such a blessing during the Covid pandemic. Thank you all so very much and may God continue to bless you.”
“Such an important way for people to connect with Jesus and his message. 3 cheers for Wollongong! Enlightened and gracious!”
“This is a fantastic service you provide, I’ve watched it before Covid19 but it’s been my saving grace since Covid19, bless you all”
“Mass For You at Home has been a lifeline for thousands of people throughout this country who are isolated temporarily or permanently.”
“… I still follow MFYAH with my elderly parents. I would record it so we can watch it together later in the day … My dad is practically deaf so the captions help him to participate in the mass … My mum who is homebound due to her poor health, looks forward to MFYAH every week since 2017.
“Mass for you at Home sustained me when we were not able to go to Sunday Mass, and over the years when ill, it has been a lifeline.”