Today we pray for those people who work in government. We pray for all those people who must make difficult decisions during this time of pandemic.
Today we pray for those people who find themselves in economic hardship. We pray for those who must work, even at risk to themselves, those without work, those who fear being laid off, and those who are anxious about economic matters.
Today we pray for those workers who still must work during this Coronavirus pandemic, often in ways that put them at risk. We pray for those in service professions and other jobs we often take for granted.
Today we pray for those teachers must find new and creative ways to teach their students, and to remain connected to them.
Today we pray for those students whose academic progress has been interrupted by the Coronavirus. We pray that this time may become a time to appreciate the gift of knowledge.
Today we pray for those medical researchers seeking a cure for the Coronavirus and other illnesses, that using their God-given wisdom they may discover a cure and find better treatments.
Today we pray for all those who are sick with the Coronavirus, that by joining their sufferings with Christ, they may make up what is lacking in the sufferings of Christ.
Here is the link to the EWTN broadcast of Pope Francis Urbi et Orbi blessing yesterday which has English translation.
The switch to online learning, flipped classrooms, remote learning and so forth is not easy, and for many teachers this has happened without much warning or time to prep. So, if you have never done this before, what should you do? This podcasts discusses the eight tips below.
There are just a lot of questions that make us truly uneasy. It is a scary time, and it may be easy to say not to panic, but the truth is the world is panicking and we don’t know who to trust anymore.