Spiritual Resources Article
Sheltering in Place: Time to Discover the Liturgy of the Domestic Church
The global pandemic is forcing families to focus on their relationships like never before. Whatever else God might be doing at this time, it seems clear that he is calling us to discover the power and importance of the domestic church.
With Masses suspended and churches closed, we simply don’t have access to the spiritual resources we normally rely on. We are, quite literally, stuck at home with little choice but to figure out how to encounter God as we shelter in place.
Despite the very real limitations we’re all laboring under, God has not abandoned us. His Holy Spirit is still moving powerfully in the world and we believe that it is time to learn how to encounter God more meaningfully in what we like to call “the liturgy of domestic church life.”
Read the entire article by Dr. Greg Popcak here: Sheltering in Place
Beth Wright is passionate about lifelong catechesis. Although she has served adults, children, families and youth in the faith for over twenty years, she continues to seek new ways to help families be the "domestic church". She holds a Master's Degree in Theological Studies from the Neuhoff School of Ministry at the University of Dallas and is an Affiliate Instructor in their Certificate of Pastoral Ministry program.