Live Stream Directions

  • The live stream will begin at approximately 10 minutes before Mass begins.
  • The St. William Champion Facebook page will be in the center of the screen.  You will be able to watch the service even if you do not have a Facebook account.  However, if you do not have a Facebook account, the size of the live stream will remain 3”x4”.
  • At the bottom of the live stream image will be a gear icon and a Facebook icon.  Clicking the gear icon will allow you to turn on/off captioning.
  • If you have a Facebook account, click on the live stream image.  Click the Facebook icon at the bottom of the live stream image.  The live stream will open up your Facebook account in a new window (you may have to sign in to Facebook.)  You will have the option to expand the window to full screen size by clicking the “expand” arrows (two arrows pointing outward) at the bottom of the live stream image.
  • You may have to click the speaker icon at the bottom of the live stream image to turn off mute (default).
  • The Mass will be recorded and available to view on the St. William Parish Facebook page for several days.

Live Stream Mass ~ First Sunday of the Month at 10:30 a.m.

Next Live Stream Mass ~ Sunday June 6 at 10:30 a.m.

Obligation to Attend Mass Reinstated

Due to improving circumstances, a reduction of infections, and more people being vaccinated, the Bishops of Ohio have decided that the general obligation to attend Mass on Sunday and Holy Days is to be reinstated on June 5-6, 2021.  Those who are ill, have significant health factors or care for someone who is compromised or ill, are exempt from attending Mass on Sunday and Holy Days as well as those who have significant fear or anxiety of contracting the coronavirus in a large group of people.

With the reinstatement of the obligation to return to worship, Mass that is broadcast through various media, including live-stream is not intended as an alternative nor does it fulfill the obligation for persons who are able to gather for a Sunday celebration and other Holy Days.  It is intended for the sick, homebound, imprisoned etc. who are unable to attend Mass in person