This is a time of uncertainty, suddenly nothing is normal anymore. Parents and kids are stuck at home and to make things more complicated, nobody is allowed to attend Mass on Sundays for the next three weeks. And the question in everybody's minds is "what's next?"
As I have mentioned at Church, the use of common sense is vital to endure this pandemic. Most importantly is not to panic, but to get on your knees and pray, fast and listen to the experts' advice on this matter. This is a good way to survive this difficult time. God never abandons his people. So let's keep praying, and as much as we can let's have a life in the privacy of our homes. Get to know yourselves better. Get to know your families better. Do something fun; don't allow a virus or anything else to steal your peace and joy that comes from God. Remember, being away from others or not having a normal life is tough, but we have no idea how worse it can be if we don't do our part.
Below is a list of opportunities we can still do to have some sacraments and some time for prayers.
Adoration is canceled, but I will have bilingual Stations of the Cross at 3 PM every Friday so parishioners can follow from their homes with their families. The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed during this time.