March 18, 2020 - As the world continues to make sense of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have collected some resources that you can use during this tumultuous time.
On March 17, 2020, Pope Francis said a special prayer at mass for the elderly who are some of the most vulnerable to this virus.
While most people will not be able to go outside to attend mass, some of our parishes are livestreaming and recording masses for the faithful who are avoiding groups.
Liturgies Monday through Friday
Our Lady of Hope, 8 AM Saturday, masses can be viewed here.
Our Lady of Hope will stream the Stations of the Cross at 6 PM on Friday, March 27. View them here.
St. Peter Church, Charlotte, N.C., has instituted a phone tree that reaches out to seniors. The Pastoral Council is organizing volunteers to assist seniors.
St. Peter's Church's Charlotte Mothers’ group is using Facebook to give each other ideas for creatively working with children at home. They encourage each other with inspirational messages and offer assistance.
The Jesuits Conference has shared a brief meditation to calm anxious nerves amid a global pandemic. Click here to view the reflection.
Fr. Fred Betti, SJ, associate pastor at St. Michael’s Church in Buffalo shared a prayer card for St. Aloysius Gonzaga who is the patron of victims of epidemics because of his work in caring for plague victims. Click here to view the card.
The Ignatian Solidarity Network has collected Covid-19 resources including reflections, prayers and updates from ISN Network institutions. Click here to view those resources.