The Greatest Commandment & Social Distancing

Friday of the Third Week of Lent


Putting that Greatest Commandment into practice now requires more creativity and intentionality. It wasn’t always easy before these restrictions to social interaction were imposed on us. But if it truly is a priority for those who claim to be disciples of Jesus Christ, it will show in our words, our actions, and our way of life.

This mass was offered for the repose of +Jay Bosworth.

Rolo B Castillo © 2020

3 responses to “The Greatest Commandment & Social Distancing”

  1. Several days ago two of my friends and I were just talking about spiritual communion. I took a really isolated bike ride yesterday afternoon to get some fresh air and consume all the beautiful sunshine God gave us. I thought about our recent conversations about spiritual communion and BAM – here it is again. So grateful for these words.

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    • God desires communion with us too. When God calls us to meet him in his creation, it’s amazing we think we thought of it first. BAM!

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  2. Thank you for reminding us of the Act of Spiritual Communion, needed so much right now as we miss the physical Eucharist. Interaction with neighbors these days seems to be as we go for a walk to exercise and wave hello and wish them well. Not much, but I look for additional ways and expect I’ll find some as restricted social interaction continues, Blessings, Gail

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