How We Endured the Pandemic of 2020 Day 14

April 1

Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

I hope you were successful in Part One and Two of the scavenger hunt.  I hope it has given you a different focus than the virus.  Part Three is today!  It is good to change your focus from time to time so we are not overwhelmed with the news and our own fear.  That is why I encourage you to have some fun with the scavenger hunt.

The podcast is also helpful in maneuvering through this awkward space we are in now.  We are not alone.  The whole world is affected by Covid-19.  Remember in your prayers not only this community of St. Andrew, but our brothers and sisters throughout the world who are enduring and suffering from this pandemic. Here is the podcast link again, in case you missed it yesterday:

The staff and I are preparing for Palm Sunday Mass. More information will be forthcoming regarding when to watch it.

I wish your peace,

Fr. Leo

Also, please note our temporary church office hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., M-Th (not 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. as mistakenly posted yesterday).

Scavenger Hunt continued….

Part 3

Visit the Catholic Relief Services virtual chapel

Light a candle and add a genuine prayer intention. Take a screenshot of the prayer.


Who is the patron saint of cooking? What is the story that connects this saint to cooking? Whose feast day is on May 30? What is St. Fiacre known for?

Find Pope Francis on Twitter (@pontifex) and retweet your favorite message (create a Twitter account if needed). Take a screenshot of the retweet.

Find a YouTube video of Pope John XXIII. Play it for your youth ministry leader.

Who was Dorothy Day? What organization did she start?

How many books are in the Catholic bible?

Visit and find a song that is appropriate for use in the Easter season. Play the song for your youth leader.

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