lockdown fatigue but please be vigilant

pet peeve: people who act like it is ok to go back to pre- march activities as if nothing has happened these past months. yes– it feels good to move onto a different phase in this covid19 reality. i have been getting lockdown fatigue just like most people. but there is a long way to go.

this virus is still spreading in many places. cities are especially vulnerable still. the coronavirus can be shared if we are not following the best practices. social distancing still applies in all phases; masks help to minimize the spread.

my mother is 97 and i cannot afford getting this virus, bringing it home and infecting her. wearing a mask if you are asymptomatic means that you can minimize putting the coronavirus in the air where others (I) can get it. wearing a mask and practicing social distancing show respect for others while we navigate through this pandemic

do to others as you would have them do to you

preaching finished


  1. beccamac2001 says:

    We had the rosary at Flinn park last Thursday , masks and chairs spaced out.
    Please pray for Annie and Frank Le Claire’s daughter (father Freddys niece) she had been diagnosed with colon cancer and is having a mri tomorrow to determine the course of treatment.
    Thanks Fr. Art!


    1. frarthurcmf says:

      i am praying for her becca. arizona has some serious challenges in front of you all with covid– i pray that people do the right thing to minimize the spread


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