Everybody’s heard the news: practice social distancing, remain home unless leaving is essential, groups of less than 10 people, wash your hands. But how do you stay Catholic and sane during this pandemic?
Archives for March 2020
Like Lazarus, We Wait in Faith and Hope, Entombed in Darkness
We wait in faith and hope, analogously entombed in darkness, following in the way of Lazarus. Yet Christ is coming. The resurrection is in your future.
Jesus Take the Wheel
One of my favorite songs by Carrie Underwood is Jesus Take The Wheel, written by Hillary Lindsey, Gordie Sampson, and Brett James. The words reveal how vulnerable we are to the elements of the world around us.
The Annunciation Reminds Us Of The Importance Of Hope In Perilous Times
The Annunciation of the Lord reminds us of the importance of hope, especially in these perilous times. The words of Mary, the Mother of God, provide us with the example of life for our lives: “May it be done to me according to your word.”
COVID-19 Lists: What’s First and Last on Yours?
What kind of stuff is on your COVID-19 list? Is it the right stuff? Did you leave out the most important? Or is it on the list but in last place?