Weekly Online Schedule
Daily Rosary Apostolate
The Diocese continues to offer a daily Rosary online. Individuals from around the diocese have been joining Valerie Parzyck from the office in leading each day. Interested? Here are the details, from Valerie:
“I would love it if you would schedule a time with me to record a Rosary. What does that look like exactly? It’s very simple! You email me with convenient times for you and once it is scheduled I will send you a link to Zoom for the appointed time. You may choose to show your face or, if you’d prefer, I can show slides for each mystery while we pray. If this is something you would like to participate in, please contact me. You can email me with a time that works for you and we can schedule it. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
This time of pandemic can be very stressful and leave us filled with worry and anxiety. In the midst of this uncertainty, the Lord comes to offer us His peace (John 20:19). And in offering us His Peace, He invites us to walk with and accompany each other.
If you would like to talk, share or pray with one of the Deacons of the Diocese of Burlington, please respond to the email address below and leave your contact information. One of the deacons of the diocese, skilled in the art of spiritual listening will then reach out to you. Please contact us at: email@example.com
May the Peace of Christ be with you.
Liturgy of the Hours Office of the Dead
The Spiritual Works of Mercy direct us to pray for the living and the dead. During these uncertain days, we pray for all those affected by this pandemic, but in a certain way, have the responsibility of praying for those who have died from complications of coronavirus and for those who mourn for them. We pray especially for those who have no one to pray for them. The Liturgy of the Hours is prayed throughout the day, marking the hours of the day and seasons of the year as sacred. Ordained ministers make promises to pray the Liturgy of the Hours faithfully each day, but the prayer is open to all the faithful. Provided for our common prayer during this time is Morning Prayer (Lauds) upon waking, Evening Prayer (Vespers) late afternoon until evening, and Night Prayer (Compline) upon retiring for the night. The Office of the Dead can be prayed any day of the week. Please pray along with the videos below.
KEEPING SUNDAY SACRED
Although public Masses have been suspended in our diocese, there are still many ways we can give ourselves and our families to the Lord on Sunday.
If you are living on your own, please remember that your prayers are joined with the mystical Body of Christ, on heaven and on earth — prayer is always an invitation to enter into community.
Prayers & Activities To Do at Home
Click on the titles or graphics below to watch the recorded events.