During the current Covid-19 health crisis, we have found ourselves dealing with unprecedented challenges and restrictions. Many of us are feeling a loss of connection with friends, family and our community. As we deal with all the changes it is important to make time to attend to our mental, emotional and spiritual health. While the crisis has created challenges, it has also offered an opportunity to slow down and to connect in a new way. Scroll down to find many resources, including activities for children and families, to keep your faith alive and and to stay connected to God
Keep Calm, Stay Wise and Be Kind!
The Action for Happiness website offers inspiration, including their daily actions calendar, to help us respond to this global crisis with a sense of purpose and meaning. Click here to visit the Action for Happiness website..
Sacraments and Devotions
Recorded weekend Mass with Fr. Jerry and Fr. Don will be posted each week. Click on the image above to view on the parish YouTube channel.
Resources for Prayer and Reflection
During this challenging time, many of the faithful are unable to attend Mass. Magnificat is honored to provide complimentary access to its online version to help people pray from home. Click here for free access to Magnificat Magazine.
- Family, Faith and Fun from Loyola Press
- Story of Mary Coloring Book Download
- 7 Creative Ways to Encourage Kids to Pray
- Family Activity - "Am I a Saint?"
- Children's Books with Activities
- 10 Prayers to Teach Children at Home
- Raising Kids Who Care
- Catholic Crafts for Kids
- St. Mary Children's Liturgy on YouTube
- Daily Reading from USCCB
- Ignatian Prayer & Spiritual Exercises
- Missio- Daily Emails from Pope Francis
- Prayers and Retreats from Loyola Press
- Catholic Stuff You Should Know - Podcast
- Virtual Stations of the Cross
- Pray the Rosary Online
- Busted Halo Show Podcasts
- Ignatian Solidarity Network