Catholic Spiritual Medicine During the Pandemic

Catholic Ministries, Apostolates and Businesses offer Spiritual Sustenance

Catholics are responding to the pandemic with spiritual resourcefulness. A broad array of initiatives from CMN members and more, are helping respond to fear with faith and provide relief from panic through prayer and practical action. Discover some examples. Bishop Barron is offering live-streamed daily mass. Families can connect with My Catholic Doctor for virtual doctor visits from the comfort of home. For everyone who has kids home from school, Catholic Brain is offering FREE access to their entire platform of thousands of Catholic games and activities. This content entertains children while also giving hope in Christ to calm their fears. This special access lasts till Divine Mercy Sunday.

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These are certainly extraordinary times! Global health scares, societal upheavals and a general sense of confusion seems to be the norm for the day. Now more than ever we need to turn to Christ in recognition that He and He alone Is Lord for all and the Lord of history and as Christians we certainly need to be an example of fearlessness. Fear is contagious and rarely if ever does it help a situation but currently it seems like fear is in the air.

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Marians Inspire Catholic Devotion

The Marians of the Immaculate Conception have a gift for creating simple and accessible ways for the lay faithful to be devotionally transformed, and draw together in prayerful service to the Church and society. God is working mightily through these priests and through their apostolates like Marian Press to strengthen the souls of so many Catholics. Some of the published works of the Marian Fathers are providing a spiritual lifeline this Lent when God is inviting families to grow in faith and virtue by giving up much more than sweets.

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'Fatima' Movie to Open April 24 on 1,000 Screens

Fatima tells the story of the apparitions through the eyes of Lúcia Santos, the eldest of the three seers.

Excerpted from National Catholic Register Article by Patti Armstrong

On April 24, the movie Fatima will open on 1,000 screens in the U.S. It is about the remarkable set of appearances of the Blessed Mother to three young shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal, in 1917. “This movie was made to cross into the mainstream media,” producer Natasha Howes told me in an interview. “It’s beautiful, and everyone should go to see it. Expect greatness.”

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Catholic Response to Corona Virus

WASHINGTON - Bishop David J. Malloy of Rockford and a group of Catholic leaders issued a statement addressing the Catholic response to the outbreak of the coronavirus. Their joint statement begins: “As communities and public health officials respond to the outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in China and closely monitor its presence and progression in other parts of the world, we join in solidarity and prayer for those impacted or working to treat those infected by the disease. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Relief Services, and the Catholic Health Association of the United States hope that governments will work together in partnership to improve all nations’ capacity to prevent, detect, and respond to this virus. Read more of their statement HERE Catholic Marketing Network encourages every Catholic to continue to seek ways to join in prayer for all who suffer from the novel coronavirus, and from the array of flu and other viruses impacting every community. The Church Pop online publication invites us to Pray to 2 Incredible Saints Who Miraculously Defeated Plagues: Saint Roch and Saint Rosalie.

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