The coronavirus has changed the way we do everything these days. We don't shop the same way, don't go out to eat the same way, and we certainly don't worship the same way. El Paso is a predominantly Catholic city but ever since the City and County of El Paso put a stay-at-home order into place, Catholics have had to take to the internet or their television to attend Mass. This is Holy Week and Catholics will have to attend Holy Week and Easter services online or via tv as well.

The Diocese of El Paso released the details of Holy Week services:

Holy Thursday: Mass at 7 p.m. broadcast on KVIA-Channel 7 and Univision's Facebook page
Good Friday: The Lord's Passion in English at 3 p.m.
Easter Vigil: Begins at 8:30 p.m. Saturday night
Easter service will be at 11 a.m., on KVIA-Channel 7, and Univision Facebook page

After Easter and until the stay-at-home order has been lifted by the City and County you can watch Mass every Sunday morning said by Bishop Mark Seitz on the El Paso-Las Cruces CW on these platforms:

On Air channel 7.2
Time Warner Cable 13
Comcast 14
DirecTV 8
Dish Network 17
AT&T U-verse 19

You can also download the MyParish app by texting 88202 to keep up-to-date with church events and announcements.