This fall, the Church in the 21st Century Center (C21) at Boston College is releasing two new resources to facilitate faith conversation. At a time when speaking about one’s personal relationship with God can be challenging, the C21 Center seeks to provide accessible and effortless tools for both children and adults to make those conversations easier and more frequent. These resources can be utilized in parishes, schools, homes, or wherever “two or three are gathered.”
This 32nd issue of the C21 Resources magazine focuses on the national Catholic parish landscape and the sharing of ideas that are shaping parishes for the better. While we were laying out the magazine, the Coronavirus gripped our world and quickly shifted parish life online. To adapt to this new way of ministering, we created a supplement to this magazine entitled,“Parishes in a Time of Pandemic.”
In a recent Agape Latte talk, Fr. Michael Himes shares a personal struggle and delivers a powerful message on hope, reminding us all to embrace hope as a gift.