June is traditionally a time of significant life events, which will look quite different this year than usual! This could be a time of disappointment, sadness, or even despair for some. But in this week’s message, Archbishop LeGatt shares about the hopeful, innovative, life-filled decisions people are making in response to our current reality: people, and in a special way young people, are holding onto hope in so many beautiful ways.
He takes a moment to address, in a special way, those who are graduating this year, and also those whose confirmation has been postponed to next year. We must seize today, this day, and fill it with life, with God’s love, with God’s desire for justice, kindness, goodness. God will help us, then, walk through tomorrow, whatever tomorrow may hold!