We had to learn through a pandemic that the Church was anything but a physical building. We are the Church—a body of people who love and follow Jesus Christ.
More than anything else, what the pandemic revealed to me was our absolute lack of control over the future and the frailty and brevity of our lives
Christian charity can fade into the background when self-preservation or self-interest kicks in. I came out of the quarantine determined to take a closer look at why at times my empathy does not translate into practical action and what I can do about it.
We are homebound with children and spouses, separated from friends and family, surrounded by grief and loss, and within touching distance of a virus. What role does our faith play in this predicament?
The pandemic has thrust us into a new world and altered our lives. How are you adjusting to the change?