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Lights in the Dark has 50 volunteers who have undertaken a mission to the internet, providing spiritual help and answering questions about the Catholic faith.

By Solène Tadié, EWTN News, 5/28/20

While the Coronavirus pandemic has been revealing a number of key shortcomings in the functioning of Western societies, as well as deep civilizational wounds, it has also enabled many people to see the opportunities that such a crisis could generate for the future of common good.

Indeed, countless people worldwide have shown their extraordinary capacity to reinvent themselves to adapt to the new challenges brought about by this unprecedented situation. And such a dynamic was particularly strong in the Catholic world, as the sense of dereliction caused by the suspension of public Masses made countless faithful rediscover the sense of spiritual communion and total abandonment to God.

While parishes and shrines have been highly creative in proposing a large choice of live broadcast Masses, Eucharistic adoration and other celebrations, missionaries worldwide have taken full advantage of this opportunity to actively evangelize online.  …

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