Sister Geralyn, SCC, discusses our new journey, masking ourselves out of love, protecting each other, utilizing patience, social distancing, sacrifice, and what going from red to yellow to green really means in this episode of “Musings from a Catholic Evangelist.” Join Sister Geralyn Schmidt, SCC, for frank and honest conversations on living your faith every day. Using powerful stories, Sister Geralyn will challenge you to be the individual God has called you to be. An educator for more than 30 years, Sister Geralyn is the Director of Formation for Wives in the Permanent Diaconate Program and the Wide Area Network Coordinator for the Diocese of Harrisburg.
The world has changed in a matter of months, the global pandemic has shown us that we are all connected in some amazing way. From the silence of the pandemic, we heard one voice cry out, “I can’t breathe!” With the death of George Floyd, the world screamed back, “Enough!” It was as if the silence of the stay-at-home order made this cry of discrimination into a deafening roar. Sister Geralyn, SCC, discusses how the pain and acute hatred and sin of racism violate the fundamental human dignity of those called to be children of God. Hear more in this episode of Musings from a Catholic Evangelist.