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College to Livestream Commencement 2019 with Bishop Barron

Posted: May 7, 2019

When members of the Thomas Aquinas College Class of 2019 attend the Baccalaureate Mass — and, later, receive their diplomas — as part of the College’s May 11 Commencement exercises, friends and family members near and far will be able to watch live online.

“We are pleased to present Commencement 2019, in full, via livestream,” says Director of College Relations Anne S. Forsyth. “We know that there are often relatives and other loved ones who cannot travel to California for the occasion, so we are grateful to be able to bring the experience to them.”

Serving as the principal celebrant at the Baccalaureate Mass and as this year’s Commencement Speaker will be the Most Rev. Robert Barron, Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles. His Excellency’s homily and address, as well as that of the graduates’ class speaker, Benjamin Trull (’19), will be included in the live video feeds. The entire, archived events will also be available shortly after their completion.

To watch the livestreamed videos, simply activate the players at the bottom of this page. The Baccalaureate Mass will begin at 8:30 a.m. (PDT) on May 11; the Commencement ceremony will begin at 11:00 a.m. On that day viewers can also visit the College’s website or Facebook page to access the live feeds.

As it does every year, the College will also post news, photos, and text and audio of the major Commencement addresses throughout the day.

Livestream video: Baccalaureate Mass of the Holy Spirit