Fr. Nate Wills, CSC talks about what is was like having coronavirus himself and the spiritual lessons we can all learn from going through this pandemic together.
University of St. Francis senior Mariah Escamilla tells us about her work with Josephine's Hope and Destiny Rescue to fight against human trafficking and her upcoming digital music festival to raise awareness and funds.
Mike and Denise Wack from Warsaw will tell us about their missionary work in Haiti and how sister parishes can make a difference in the lives of people in need and the people at home.
Andrew and Dani Weiss will share the difficulties and joys of having a baby during the coronavirus outbreak.
Brian MacMichael from the diocese office for worship explains how the Triduum liturgies will be different this year and gives some ideas for how we can participate from home.
Chuck Freeby and his children Mary and TJ, all parishioners at Corpus Christi parish in South Bend, talk about how they rose to the challenge of helping their pastor to set up digital outreach to keep the parish community connected during the coronavirus shutdown.
Diocese of Fort Wayne South Bend seminarians Brian Isenbarger and Mark Hellinger talk about a new website and podcast they have put together to help families live out the faith in their homes
Fr. Dan Ponisciak, CSC who used to be assigned to St. Joseph parish in South Bend tells us about his new work as the director at Andre House in Arizona and how their work feeding the hungry and welcoming the stranger is being impacted by coronavirus.
Jenny Hunsberger, Vice President at Women's Care Center, talks about how the organization is serving women and families especially in the time of COVID-19.