A Virtual Retreat with Cardinal Seán

Reflection Questions 

  1. We all suffer from spiritual amnesia at times. How can you remember God and His love in your daily life? 
  2. With Masses suspended, how has your love and appreciation for the Eucharist changed? How have you found other ways to celebrate the True Presence of Christ? 
  3. In the Eucharist we discover who we are, so we can make a gift of ourselves. How are you called to make a gift of yourself? 

Christ, Our Light in the Darkness

We will remember this Lent as one “in quarantine.” Social distancing the new norm as daily social interactions are suddenly unavailable to us. Schools are closed. We can’t go out to restaurants. Even public Mass has been suspended to curtail any further spread of this coronavirus. Many people feel alone. Many are scared. And people are thirsting for something good.

The Lord appoints shepherds to lead his flock, to be beacons of light in darkness, and to be instruments of hope to his people in times of despair. This Virtual Lenten Retreat with Cardinal Seán is a means for our shepherd to feed us, to comfort us, and to give us the hope we need right now. 

Join Cardinal Seán on this six-part retreat, using this opportunity to enter more deeply into Lent and grow in your relationship with Christ. 

Join Cardinal Seán on this six-part retreat, using this opportunity to enter more deeply into Lent and grow in your relationship with Christ. 

The retreat will air/stream nightly at 7 p.m. on the Archdiocese of Boston’s Facebook page, CatholicTV, and on www.bostoncatholic.org.

If you are unable to stream or watch the retreat live, you may also watch it on-demand later.

A virtual retreat with Cardinal Sean