The engagement between youth living in detention centers and those who minister to them requires creating a new kind of space to bring the faith, hope and love found in Christ to His children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As schools around the Archdiocese continue to provide for students’ academic, emotional and spiritual needs during the pandemic, the Catholic Schools Office added two new directors to continue to support the network of Catholic schools.
Although the U.S. bishops’ four-year strategic plan was adopted one year ago, it was not scheduled to go into effect until January 2021. That gave the bishops a window to address two issues that have captured the world’s attention since last November: the coronavirus pandemic and racial inequality.
It seems today we are all waiting for something — a vaccine for COVID-19, a return to “normal,” reuniting with our grandchildren in person, a job if we are unemployed, returning with the full community of our parish for Mass. The list goes on and on.
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