It's been ten weeks since we last gathered inside St. John Fisher to celebrate Mass together as a parish family. Prayer and worship look different for us now. For some it has been a struggle. For others, a rich opportunity to encounter God in new ways. As Connecticut slowly begins to open, and we venture out in ways that are safe and responsible, it's important to remember that God continues to come to us through both struggle and opportunity. Through fear and calm. Through restlessness and contentment. Jesus says: “Remain in me, and I will remain in you” (John 15:5). What does it mean, to have Christ remain in us? It means that Jesus is not someone who exists outside of us. He dwells within us, a constant presence and source of hope.