Covid-19 Resources

As our world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, we offer the following resources for staying grounded in faith while cultivating hope, solidarity and resilience.

Please join us in praying for those around the world who have died, their families and friends, health care workers, first responders, and all others impacted by the disease and accompanying anxiety.  We invite you to visit our prayer board to read the prayers from our community and to share your own.

A Coronavirus Prayer:  From Kerry Webber, Executive Editor of America Magazine.

COVID Prayer of Solidarity: A prayer from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

A Prayer to Face COVID-19 with Hope and Solidarity:  From Network: Advocates for Justice Inspired by Catholic Sisters.

Ignatian Examen in the time of Coronavirus: From the Ignatian Solidarity Network, a short, easy way to reflect on your day and become more mindful about where you are experiencing grace or goodness and where there is room in your actions and life for growth. 

Revealing God’s Love in the Midst of Uncertainty: From the Society of the Religious of the Sacred Heart, a source of encouragement and support as we call upon our God of Life and Hope in the spirit of trust and confidence.

Gathering Gratefully in the Time of Coronavirus: Resources from A Network for Grateful Living for incorporating gratefulness into daily life, including e-courses made free during the pandemic. 

Pray as You Stay:  An online retreat from the Jesuits in Britain designed to offer support during this time of self-isolation, uncertainty and fear.  They also offer Audio Exercises to encourage prayerful awareness of God’s presence

Ignatian Examen in the time of Coronavirus: From the Ignatian Solidarity Network, a short, easy way to reflect on your day and become more mindful about where you are experiencing grace or goodness and where there is room in your actions and life for growth.