In a crisis like this, it’s heartening to see so many people pulling together to help those in need and support one another. While our first concern is to follow recommendations by our government leaders and health professionals, we know that Catholic United members are here to help. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of ways you can get involved.
As Saint Teresa of Calcutta has said, “Love cannot remain by itself – it has no meaning. Love has to be put into action, and that action is service.”
We encourage you to get creative and share your ideas with us as we work together to support those in need. Please let us know if your team takes advantage of any of the opportunities below or has any new opportunities to share. We would love to highlight them in our next regularly scheduled April Join M.E. newsletter.
During this time of social distancing, we are challenged with how to continue building community. As Catholics, we believe in the power of prayer. Not only to raise to the heavens the needs of our neighbors, friends and enemies, but also to draw us together as the Body of Christ.
That’s why we are launching a new prayer network. One of the best ways we can build community is by praying together, so I’m inviting you to join us in a weekly prayer for the intentions of our members and friends.
Anyone can submit prayer requests below. If you would like to join our prayer network, click the button below to let us know. We will include you in a weekly call to prayer via email where we’ll list the intentions of our members and walk you through a short prayer.