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Is it time to stop broadcasting mass on TV? 

The numbers of people watching Mass on television has fallen from an average of 47,000 viewers a week in 2022, falling to 35,000 week up to November this year.  RTÉ broadcasts Mass every weekday from various churches around the country at 10.30am on the RTÉ News channel. The Sunday Mass is broadcast on RTÉ One at 11am.    Is it time to stop broadcasting mass on TV?  Adrian Kennedy was joined by Fr Patsy Lynch, parish priest for Ballinskelligs/Prior in Co. Kerry and other listeners to discuss...

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13.55 11 Dec 2023


Is it time to stop broadcasting mass on TV? 


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The numbers of people watching Mass on television has fallen from an average of 47,000 viewers a week in 2022, falling to 35,000 week up to November this year. 

RTÉ broadcasts Mass every weekday from various churches around the country at 10.30am on the RTÉ News channel. The Sunday Mass is broadcast on RTÉ One at 11am.   

Is it time to stop broadcasting mass on TV? 

Adrian Kennedy was joined by Fr Patsy Lynch, parish priest for Ballinskelligs/Prior in Co. Kerry and other listeners to discuss...


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