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Where Can I Live Stream Mass?

There are many options....please visit for the latest times and options.  Here is our latest list.

(1) Fr. Shawn Carey at 9:15 AM EST

(2) Fr. Mike Depcik on Facebook Live at 11:30 AM EST

(3) Fr. Tom Schweitzer and Deacon Tomas Garcia at 8:30 AM (PST) and 11:30 AM PST

To make a Spiritual Communion, say a simple prayer like:

My Jesus,
I believe that You are real in the Eucharist.
I love You & want you in my soul.
I cannot receive You in the Eucharist, please come spiritually into my heart. Please stay with me.

What about Daily Masses?

You can also watch Bishop Barron celebrate Mass daily at 8:15 AM EST with captions.

Here are some other options - times listed are tentative - check each link for their latest scheduled time:

Fr. Shawn Carey, Deaf Apostolate of Archdiocese of Boston 10:30am EST:

Fr. Christopher Klusman, Deaf Apostolate of Archdiocese of Milwaukee (coming soon).

Fr. Mike Depcik will have Stations of the Cross at 3:30 PM

Fr. Paul Zirimenya, Archdiocese of San Francisco, CA.

Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3 pm

Adoration, Rosary, and Stations of the Cross
Fr. Michael Depcik (Fr. MD) is planning to:

(1) celebrate Mass in ASL and livestream them Sundays at 11:30 AM and Tuesdays at 10:30 AM.

(2) livestream Adoration and Mass Mondays and Fridays at 7 PM.

(3) try to livestream Stations of the Cross Fridays at 3:30 PM.

You can find his videos at

Fr. Alessandro's Video

Fr. Alessandro Borracia said something very beautiful in a video he posted for his parish (Holy Spirit Catholic Parish) on Facebook. He said this experience is our extended "Holy Saturday" and we can connect with the 12 Apostles and Mary Magdalene who were scared, sad, upset, angry that Jesus was taken away from them in death. We might feel the same way about Jesus being taken away from us in the Eucharist since we are not able to receive Him in the Eucharist. This is our "Holy Saturday", and it is a perfect opportunity to go to Mary and ask her how she bore it, how she went through all that pain with Jesus being dead at that time, and to show us how we can bear it ourselves.

Pray the Rosary. Maybe even pray the Seven Sorrows of Mary. Take this opportunity to grow closer to the Blessed Mother.



New videos are posted each Friday.  



INTERPRETED MASS SCHEDULE - in person cancelled until further notice

Masses are not interpreted on the 2nd Sunday of the month due to Deaf Mass.

Prince of Peace, Olathe

16000 W. 143rd Street, 66062

Saturdays, 5:00 pm     (except the Saturday before the 2ndSunday of the month)

St. Paul, Olathe

21650 W. 115th Terrace, Olathe, KS. 66061

Sundays, 10:00 am

St. Joseph, Shawnee

11311 Johnson Drive, 66203

Sundays, 10:30 am

*Signed Mass once a month. See Calendar for date.

Most Pure Heart of Mary, Topeka

1750 SW Stone Ave, 66604

Sundays, 9:30 am

Holy Trinity, Paola

601 E. Chippewa Street, 66071

Sunday, 10:00 am       (1st Sunday of the month only)



Mission Statement

The mission of Deaf Ministry is to facilitate opportunities for people to encounter Jesus, be fully included in the life of the Church, and participate in programs that foster spiritual growth, leadership and family enrichment.

The Office of Deaf Ministry seeks to. . .

Assist persons deaf or hard of hearing in realizing God's presence in their lives through:

  • Signed and interpreted liturgies
  • Sacramental preparation
  • Spiritual direction
  • Annual retreats
  • Cursillo and group reunions
  • Marriage encounter
  • Arranging for interpreters for special occasions - baptisms, weddings, funerals and other events when requested.

Provide ongoing educational opportunities through:

  • Adult religious education
  • Bible study groups
  • Rite of Christian Initiation
  • Religious education for students attending the Kansas School for the Deaf
  • Assistance to teachers and/or parents of deaf students involved in parish programs

Provide support and assistance through:

  • Pastoral visitation to homes
  • Pastoral counseling
  • Support and referral services
  • Visitation to the sick, shut-ins and hospitalized
  • Ephpheta Newsletter and monthly bulletins
  • Awareness programs about deafness and other disabilities
  • Workshops on religious signs
  • Service to late-deafened adults
  • Resource center
  • Advocacy at Archdiocesan and parish levels

Deaf Retreats are held annually during the second weekend in October. For more information contact Katie Locus  (913) 324-5378 videophone (VP).

Interpreters needed
We have requests for interpreted masses throughout the Archdiocese. If you know of someone who has some sign skills and would be interested in signing the Liturgy, please have them contact  Katie Locushis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Funding for this ministry is made possible through the Annual Appeal of the Archdiocese and organizational and private donations.

DEAF Mass Schedule - In person cancelled until further notice

 Deaf Mass & Confessions*

*Deaf Mass does have a voice interpreter for attendees that do not know American Sign Language. 

NO DEAF MASSES in April! This year, Deaf Mass fall on the same weekend as Easter weekend. So there will only be interpreted Masses, not Deaf Masses for Olathe or Topeka in April.

St. Paul, Olathe – 2:00 pm

21650 W. 115th Terrace, Olathe, KS. 66061
Potluck after Mass in room 103 at St. Paul Catholic Church
April / May - No Deaf Mass
June 14
July 12
August 9
September 13

If you would like to join the potluck social, please bring a salad or vegetable dish that serves 10 people.  A meat dish is prepared by volunteers.

Most Pure Heart of Mary, Topeka – 6:00 p.m. 

1800 SW Stone Ave, 66604

Confessions at 5:30 PM 

May 2nd: Deaf Retreat in Topeka and Deaf Mass


Available on days when Deaf Mass is offered or by appointment.

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Special American Sign Language Welcome from Archbishop Joseph Naumann


Deaf Ministry Mission

The mission of Deaf Ministry is to facilitate opportunities for people to encounter Jesus, be fully included in the life of the Church, and participate in programs that foster spiritual growth, leadership and family enrichment.


Katie Locus

Consultant for Deaf Ministry

(913) 324-5378 videophone (VP)

Fr. Scott Wallisch, Chaplain

Joan Macy, ASL Interpreter Coordinator