Fr. John Gribowich discusses Palm Sunday, an earth shattering moment then and now, with Antonia Fusco
Okay – good morning, everyone! I hope that you’re still all here with us. Like I promised, it was going to be a little messy, because the story that we had just heard is messy, right?
And this story, of course, is something that we know inside and out. I mean how many Holy Weeks have we gone through where we’ve heard the Passion. For those of us who participate in the service on Good Friday, we end up hearing two versions of the Passion throughout the week – today, and of course then on Friday, as well.
Yet, none of us have heard the Passion during the time that we’re facing right now, with this Coronavirus. In a certain sense, what we just heard, I think has a brand new relevance in our lives, and I think we can relate very much to Jesus screaming on the cross, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Why have you abandoned me?” Continue reading “Palm Sunday 2020 – Fr. Gribowich Homily”
Fr. Bill speaks with Joseph and Diane Genova to reflect on parallels between the short story Revelation by Flannery O’Connor, last Sunday’s Gospel, and what we are experiencing during this time of the coronavirus pandemic. The video concludes with a meditation upon the cross with “Were You There” performed by our music ministry.
Our Sunday 9 AM faith sharing group continues to meet online. While it was originally planned to be a Lenten faith sharing group, the group will continue to meet during this extraordinary time of no public Masses.
Please note that the Sunday evening faith sharing group will no longer be meeting.