2. Francis X. Maier:
As a nation, we’ve looked away for decades as others scrubbed God out of our vocabulary, our thinking, and the institutions that support our public life. Now that we need him, many people don’t have the words or memories to seek him out.
3. This coming Sunday is Palm Sunday. I just remembered I was in Rome for Palm Sunday last year. I wonder if we would have all approached Holy Week differently, if we had any clue what this year would look like.
Here’s an idea about celebrating Palm Sunday. (Put branches on your door.)
87 diocesan priests have now died of coronavirus covid-19 in Italy; the youngest being 45 years old, and the oldest 104. The majority died serving their flock, and died for them. May they all Rest in Peace.https://t.co/PHfz5IbtYE pic.twitter.com/XoBZm9D1Tx
— Catholic Sat (@CatholicSat) April 1, 2020
9. George Weigel: Transforming Quarantine into Retreat
In case you too need a little joy on your feed, to last One Day More inside. https://t.co/kjGLSwGGni
— Ines San Martin (@inesanma) April 1, 2020
14. From the Sisters of Life: A Word of Hope in a Time of Fear
The Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra virtually stages Beethoven's 'Ode to Joy' with 19 musicians playing their individual parts from their homes pic.twitter.com/tE0FhJHmqP
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 28, 2020