Tag: Quarantine

Cosmic tenderness in a time of quarantine

Cosmic tenderness in a time of quarantine

| Liz Kelly | May 21, 2020 | 0 Comments

My sister conveys to me this wonderful story about a well-to-do gentleman, who in his early retirement could be yachting through the south of France or golfing in Bermuda, but decides that he would like to perform some service for his community. He volunteers at a local hospital to be a “cuddler.”

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As stay-at-home orders continue, Bishop Cozzens offers advice to young adults

As stay-at-home orders continue, Bishop Cozzens offers advice to young adults

| April 24, 2020 | 0 Comments

Relaxed and visiting for more than an hour from his residence, Bishop Andrew Cozzens of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis fielded about 20 questions April 23 in a livestreamed chat called “Quarantine with Cozzens: Conversation for Young Adults.”

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Hope cannot be quarantined

Hope cannot be quarantined

| Liz Kelly | April 21, 2020 | 0 Comments

Like most of the rest of the world, my husband and I spent the Triduum crouched over my little laptop streaming the Holy Week services. And while, for once in my life I was actually grateful for the technology that made this possible, it was a far cry from all my Easter heart would hope. Yours too, I’m sure.

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