I hope you are all staying in your bubbles today!!
After finding out about our first fatality from COVID-19 as a country, I am sure your thoughts and prayers are with the family of this person who has passed on.
Prayer is something which connects us to God. Remember, He is there for us!
We have been given so much time to use, to re-evaluate, to think about the future with regards to our relationships in the home, in the work place and with God.
In a way, this is the time we can use to turn back to God and it is especially appropriate during this Lenten time.
YouTube - Pope Francis Urbi et Orbi 2020
This video of our Holy Father, reminds us dearly of our own relationship with God. Even though we may be separated in our own homes and we cannot attend church, we can be thankful for the use of modern technology which allows us to be in-touch not only with each other but with Pope Francis himself who is always thinking of all of us in the world today.
We don't have to be sad that we cannot attend mass. We can use this time to develop our prayer relationship with God.
Let us pray for ourselves, our families, our communities, our country and the entire world. Prayer is needed in our world today.
Give God some time in your day.
"Let us at any cost be faithful." St. Mary MacKillop (26.3.1873)