What Happens Next

As I write today, I’ve attended more than 25 Liturgies via a screen. As someone who can count on one hand the number of times I’ve missed Mass, in a Church, on a Sunday, this has been quite a strange season. I know most of you reading this are feeling the same attending Mass via live-stream. I’m so grateful for our priests and parishes who are working through the wobbliness and strangeness of this entire process. As our associate keeps saying, “It’s very strange to say Mass looking at an iPad.”

Online Bulletins

Communication has always been necessary as a parish, but it’s even more important now. While most parishioners receive their regular news via the weekly printed bulletin, they aren’t in the pews for Mass to receive it.

On Being Without Mass

I wanted to share one of my favorites from my good friend Meg Hunter-Kilmer. She shares some interesting things about Simeon, Korea, and the Hidden Christians of Japan. It’s inspiring and worth your time!