SOCIAL DISTANCING: A CATHOLIC PERSPECTIVE- OUR GUEST BILL SCHMITT, ADJUNCT PROFESSOR FOR HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, IN SOUTH BEND, TALKS WITH FAITH IN ACTION CO HOSTS, BRIGID AYER AND JIM GANLEY ABOUT SOCIAL DISTANCING AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR OUR FAITH. SCHMITT BLOGS AT WWW.ONWORD.NET
Here is a free book to help you navigate these trials and put them into perspective.
The Libreria Editrice Vaticana and the Dicastery for Communication have published a free 192-page digital book entitled Strong in the Face of Tribulation: The Church in Communion – A Support in Time of Trial. It is a collection of Pope Francis’ homilies, prayers, and messages. You can access the book from the Vatican News web site.
Knight Vision: Keeping the Faith in a Time of Social Distancing. Here’s a brand new radio show and podcast on Catholic Radio Indy produced by the Indiana State Council of the Knights of Columbus. On this week’s show, Knight Vision host, Scott Schutte interviews guests Brigid Ayer, Radio Host and author of Breaking New Ground, on the topic of digital evangelization and using social media. State Chaplain Father Mic talks about keeping the faith in a time of social distancing, and there is also a discussion of dealing with suffering. You won’t want to miss this episode! To get Brigid’s book, Breaking New Ground, CLICK HERE
Jeff Cavins joins Catholic Radio Indy Faith In Action co-hosts, Jim Ganley and Brigid Ayer to talk about this awesome new resource of The Great Adventure Bible. Very cool. I’ve reviewed it on my YouTube Channel if you want to see the actual bible. Click play button below to listen to the radio interview with Jeff.
He is hilarious. Talks about his motor cycle riding and other good stuff!
Uniting in Heart: 2030 Pastoral Plan Deacon Mike Mescall, Director of Technology, Communications and Planning of the Diocese of Lafayette in Indiana talks with Faith In Action Co-Hosts, Brigid Ayer and Jim Ganley about the new pastoral plan called Uniting in Heart: 2030 Pastoral Plan. Dcn. Mescall shares how it’s designed to assist discipleship efforts, laity, clergy and the general Catholic community for the next decade. For details of the plan the webpage is https://dol-in.org/uniting-in-heart
CARMEL—The Cross and the Light (TCTL) creator, Kelly Nieto, shared her conversion story and her call to share the good news through a modern, high-tech production of Christ’s passion, resurrection and descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. Nieto’s presentation at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Jan. 19, drew a large group of parishioners and others who came to hear her witness.
The Cross and Light is an international, critically acclaimed musical and multi-sensory video experience of Christ’s Passion, Resurrection and the coming of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. The production is an authentic biblical proclamation of the greatest love story of all time which is based in the Archdiocese of Detroit, but has spanned out to as far as Australia. The Gospel extravaganza production comes to Carmel High School on March 10-12, 2017. The performance is being sponsored by eleven parishes in the Carmel deanery.