According to the director of the Office of Vocations of the Archdiocese, Father Richard McNeillie, the ministry has been successful in staying connected to these young people who need our prayers and support during uncertain times. The ministry is one of 60 ministries supported by the Diocesan Services Fund (DSF).
En estos tiempos que estamos viviendo, los cambios en la sociedad que ya se estaban dando, rápidamente tomaron lugar de manera increíblemente acelerada. Incluso, instituciones y compañías que por años se negaban a realizar actividades en línea tuvieron que adaptarse.
In June, the Archdiocese begins the year-long campaign “Walking with Moms in Need.” This national initiative will assist our parish communities in learning about the help currently available for pregnant and parenting mothers and determining new ways of reaching out and providing assistance.
Catholic churches and schools are discovering innovative ways to virtually connect with the faithful who are in quarantine due to COVID-19 mandates. This may indefinitely change the landscape of forming and sharing the faith with the domestic church beyond the pandemic.
During COVID 19, young people have leaped into offering random acts of kindness. The following are responses from youth who were asked: What random acts of kindness have you done during this pandemic that made you feel the presence of the Spirit working through you?
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