Coronavirus Spiritual Resources

We offer these resources for you to stay engaged, hopeful and supportive with others.

COVID-19 and Catholic Social Teaching    and   Ignatian Wisdom for Troubled Times

PRAYERS and Reflections    Videos and Readings  MASS 

PEACE AND JUSTICE - The Ignatian Way>>


An Online Retreat - Waiting for the Spirit: Ascension to Penetcost>>

Song: Be Not Afraid by Catholic Artists from Home

Praise Song for the Pandemic by Words and narration by Christine Valters Paintner

St Peter Church Videos on YouTube channel 
Fr. Jim Shea,SJ; Fr. John Michalowski, SJ; Fr. Jim Bowler, SJ; Deacon Jim Bozik and Deacon Clarke Cochran

Sacred Space: Your Daily Prayer Online

Retreat by St Peter Ignatian Spirituality team

Join a half-hour online Pentecost prayer vigil on Saturday, May 30>>. It will bring together the Ignatian family and our Jesuit and Ignatian networks throughout the world in more than 100 countries.

The half-hour prayer vigil will take place at three separate times to accommodate the global Ignatian family across time zones.  8:00 PM (the Americas, New York/Santiago Time).

Find out more information at http://pentecost.jesuits


"Of Many Things” It’s been 75 years since World War II ended. How has American diplomacy changed? Former ambassador R. Nicholas Burns joins Matt Malone S.J.



Celebrate the 5th Anniversary of Pope Francis' Laudato Si' for all of us & the earth!

 “Examen for Teens with Anxiety>> The article is a helpful approach to the Examen for anyone experiencing anxiety in these difficult days.

Diocese of Charlotte

 How to make a Spiritual Communion

Catholic Churches Listing of Jesuit Parishes


Vatican News YouTube


Catholic Current (USCCB) Mass Resources
and Prayer


A video from Bishop Jugis and some of the priests of Charlotte Diocese

Pray As You Stay

Pray as You Go Podcasts

Pray the Examen

Stories of Hope CRS

Give Us This Day 

The Word Among Us

National Shrine Immaculate Conception Mass

M-F  St Francis Xavier NYC  12:05 pm:

M/F  Xavier University Cincinnati,OH

A Prayer Amid an Epidemic

An Ignatian Examen for Life During COVID-19

A Prayer of Solidarity


Hope & Community in time of Coronavirus

See the Charlotte COVID 19 Resource List here.

Sunday 9:30  St. Raphael Raleigh, NC

Sunday 11:30 St Francis Xavier NYC

  Daily Readings on the USCCB Sunday 9:30  St. Raphael Raleigh, NC


Sunday Connection

M/F & Sun. Xavier University Cincinnati,OH

  RECORDED HOMILIES at JESUIT PARISHES:  Georgetown Dahlgren Chapel in Wash., D.C.
- 7 p.m. E.D.T.
USCCB Prayers, Links to Liturgies and more St.Thomas More, Decatur, GA

Duke Catholic Center Mass

Catholic News Herald link

St Raphael - Raleigh, NC

Holy Trinity, DC:

St. Ignatius Baltimore:

Link to Jesuit parishes and ministries

Practice Good Hygiene    Please follow the following good hygiene practice to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 from

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning product.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains 60%–95% alcohol.
  • Practice social distancing by staying at home and staying at least six feet distant when you do need to go out.

NC Division of Public Health NC COVID19 Updates

Center for Disease Control :

Please keep the sick, caregivers and all healthcare workers in your prayers as we respond to the current coronavirus outbreak.