Monday, 23 March 2020 – O.P. Resource Round-Up
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
The past week has been a learning curve for all of us. Thank you for bearing with us, and for your kind and generous feedback about our Closing the Social Distance series.
We’re making new content everyday, including several other series. We hope to bring you:
- A video novena to Our Lady of Lourdes with Fr. Benedict and Fr. Michael.
- A Jacques Philippe reading club—because peace of heart matters now more than ever!
- A series of lectures on the last things with Fr. Ignatius.
- Other devotions and spiritual conferences.
And of course, Closing the Social Distance will continue daily, with a rotating cast of friars—and maybe even novices, too.
Some of you have asked about live streaming Mass, as some other churches around the country are doing. For a variety of technical reasons, that’s not feasible for us right now. We’re still broadcasting on Sacred Heart Radio around noon from Monday through Friday, and we’re exploring other ways to capture audio from our Masses. We also hope to record occasional Masses on video and share them later, but we’re going one day at a time right now.
In the coming days, we hope to start a new regular feature on Closing the Social Distance—Ask Father Anything. So send us your questions, and we’ll answer some of the most interesting ones. Send your questions to this link here.
In the meantime, there are some great Dominican resources online (see buttons below) to help you deepen your union with Christ and maintain peace of heart these days:
- Video Resources from the Province of St. Joseph, including daily live streamed Masses, rosaries, and homilies.
- Free access to Magnificat magazine online.
- The online Catholic hub Aleteia, which features several Dominican authors and editors.
- A massive archive of lectures and videos from The Thomistic Institute in D.C., including their acclaimed ‘Aquinas 101’ video series.
- Our own St. Gertrude digital resources, and the archive of The Aquinas Society of Cincinnati talks and lectures.
Oremus pro invicem—let us pray for each other,
The Dominican Friars
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