Disciples, Apostles, and Saints!
As we continue on our Lenten journey, asking ourselves the question: What Is Our
Tomorrow? I hope you are finding the time of discernment appropriately
challenging and fulfilling!
In recent years, much of our approach to such matters has taken place in very
structured forms (programs) or in directed ways (priest-led) and with an eye
toward reaction (“here’s what I like _“).
This year, however, is different. We are guiding this train ourselves. Together.
Getting as much or as little out of it as our own effort…and particularly in our
effort to reach out and make connections with others. This is the skill of the
moment; and one that we all need to better develop.
Much of our conversation about the pandemic has occurred in a reactive frame.
An individualistic one. One that is geared around preference and practice. And
we have often asked ourselves how we might solve a particular conundrum based
on how people around us are feeling. We have often done this without the same
regard for how diverse those feelings really are. Or how we can be responsible
together. As a community. Led by all of us.
If you would like to join us digitally, we will have a second Meet-Up on Zoom next
Wednesday, March 30 at 7:00 pm!