Archbishop Martin issued the following statement on Wednesday, 1st April (full text here) :
"Regrettably, I feel that it will not be possible to have any public celebration of the Liturgies of Holy Week. It would be very difficult to limit the number of those attending, especially on Good Friday, when many vulnerable people might feel obliged to come to our Churches.
"This makes it all the more urgent to ensure that people are made aware of the manner in which they can access the ceremonies by television or online and to ensure that parishioners are made aware of the dates and times of transmissions." ('Making people aware' is what this website is now doing.)
Archbishop Martin's statement includes many suggestions for an alternative way of attending the Easter ceremonies this year. Another document, from the Bishops' Conference (here and look too at the video of Bishop Nulty, Being Church Online for One Another) is also full of useful information on how to do things differently -- since we have to -- this year. In fact, there is so much choice that this writer, anyway, feels the need to choose just one main source and maybe sample one or two others. So we'll follow the ceremonies at home in our own parishes (here), with a occasional visit maybe to our cathedral in Dublin (here), or even one to the Vatican itself (here).
Dates and Times of Live-Stream Transmission from Saggart (click Mass Live on menu-bar above)