Racism is incompatible with Christian living.
Social distancing as holy distancing. Shelter in place as refuge in God. Washing hands as baptismal remembrance.
In a time of fear and anxiety, in a time of social distancing with the increased feeling of isolation and loneliness, we need the community of faith more than ever. We desperately need the grace provided and the connection offered through receiving the sacrament of Holy Communion. When shelves have been emptied of bread, the Church must continue to offer the Bread of Life.
The night of Good Friday leads to the light of Easter Sunday.
“Do unto yourself as you would do unto your dog.”
Winning in life is not about being “top lobster.”