We are adjusting to a new reality in campus ministry as we learn ways to minister to students who are not present on campus and are unable to participate in parish liturgies. We are finding new and creative ways to utilize social technology to continue staying in touch, but we look forward to the day when we can physically gather again in Christian fellowship.
Our live streamed Holy Hour for the Solemnity of the Annunciation on March 25 was a virtual success! We had over 100 people participate in real time with us on our Facebook Page, including not only current students, but many parents and alumni. We received an email from one alumna shortly after our Holy Hour ended. She wrote, "T
hank you for livestreaming Adoration tonight. It was so nice to sit in the Presence and sing evening prayer with other people, even if it was only virtually!" You can
view the Holy Hour and read the text of my homily here
We are delighted that we are able to reach such a broad audience in this time of social isolation and will be exploring different ways we can continue to do so.
Below you will find information about what we are doing online and different ways you can stay involved in our ministry and enrich your faith.
Be assured of my continued prayers for you.
In Christ's Peace,