The Sacrament of the Present Moment, Without Sacraments

How do Catholics engage a Holy Week in a Covid-19 pandemic without the lifeblood of grace, the sacraments? Perhaps it’s not in more online everything. A spiritual master from 400 years ago taught us how to not let this pandemic spiritually kill us.

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Two weeks ago, I ran into an old friend and former guest at our Catholic Worker, in front of a grocery store. Waiting for…

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Susan Windley-Daoust

Susan Windley-Daoust

I write articles, books, poetry, and emails. I’m a married Catholic Christian, mother, former prof, work for my diocese, & inhabit creativeevangelization.org.

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