Learn how to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet.
Thanks to the Coronavirus lockdown, all of a sudden the family home has become a school, an office, a playground, a cafe, a gym, a pub, a church, the only place where social distancing does not apply. Everyone is in the same space 24/7 stepping on each other’s toes. So how can families not just survive this time together but fully enjoy it?
With schools closing around the world due to coronavirus, millions of parents now find themselves unexpectedly closing. There are many challenges to homeschooling, but here one Catholic mum who has been homeschooling for several years shares her advice on responding to those challenges.
This Holy Week there will be no pubic Chrism Mass or washing of feet on Maundy Thursday, no public veneration of the cross on Good Friday, no public Easter Vigil. But what we can do is live Holy Week at home. Here are some tips on how to enter into the spirit of the week from home.
Make a brief examination of conscience before going to bed at night. Two or three minutes will suffice.
Millions of people across the world are now confined to the four walls of their home with their family or flatmates. Isolating with different people for months at a time, people with different personalities or backgrounds, introverts vs extroverts, can become quite tough. Here a Dominican sister shares some tips on how to live peacefully together in community.