"Our spirituality impels us toward transformation through our contemplation of the pierced heart of Jesus."
Many of us have expressed in different ways that this Covid-19 crisis has invited us to pray ever more deeply, to search for creative ways to celebrate the Eucharist, and to share compassion with others while respecting the demands of "physical distancing."
We are grateful to those who write reflections or share about their concrete situation, or who initiate gatherings through Zoom to make our Cor Unum felt, invite generative listening, or celebrate moments of prayer and liturgies.
We also acknowledge the importance of "sacred spaces" that allow us to gather together in community or to "remain in silence and poverty of heart before Him" (RSCJ Constitutions #20).
We are happy to have received photos of "prayer spaces" during the Easter Triduum and this Easter season at this time of global pandemic.
Here we share some "prayer spaces" located in different parts of the Society of the Sacred Heart.
The presentation ends with reflection questions offered by the JPIC International Team.
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