Views from the Pews: How have you stayed connected to Christ?

In “Views from the Pews,” we catch up with parishioners across the diocese and ask them a faith based question. This week, we asked our Facebook followers the question: “How have you stayed connected to Christ during the pandemic?” Below are a few of our favorite responses.

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“Working for the Knights of Columbus, it has not been difficult to feel connected to a great Catholic community. On the home front, we have been increasing prayer at home with our kids and finding several at-home programs to get the kids involved in their faith.

-Ross Conklin, pictured with wife Stephanie and children Josh (8) Gianna (6) and Joseph (4), and family dog Coco. They are parishioners at St. Kilian Parish.

“I’ve joined the ‘Walking With Purpose Bible Study’ live on Facebook and Instagram.”

-Lisa Swanson, parishioner at St. Kilian Parish, pictured with her dog Toby

“I’ve stayed connected by live streaming masses with Bishop Zubik; listening to music and ‘The Message’ on Sirius XM; and being a part of a beautiful Discipleship Quad, a small faith sharing group at my parish.”

-Diane Cato Newland, parishioner at St. Aidan Parish, pictured with son Grant, a freshman at the University of Dayton, and Kayleigh a junior at Shaler Area High School