A priest in India who is also a professionally trained chef has gained a new audience during the coronavirus lockdown. Father Warner D’Souza says “people wand food recipes and I want to share Jesus.”
The monastic life can be packed with a healthy dose of humor. Sister Hannah of the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Vogelenzang in the Netherlands is attracting hundreds of thousands of viewers with her funny videos on TikTok, a popular social media platform.
Using the media to pray together and, especially, to join others for Mass is showing Catholics that they can be united around the Lord’s table even when they are not physically together, said Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi.