A reader writes:
I grew up in one of those “Constantine was the first Pope” Protestant homes and am still dependent on my parents for pretty much everything because of a disability. They didn’t take my conversion well, and certainly wouldn’t drive half an hour for Mass and Confession. After I got witnessed to, it was just easier not to go anywhere and politely evade offers to attend church. My prayers apparently went unanswered. So I became bitter. I still don’t know what to do, but I miss the sacraments.
Father, hear our prayer that this person could find transportation to their parish and establish friendships and connections there so that they may not only have access to the sacraments, but develop relationships. Grant your grace that somebody can see this need and step up. Mother Mary, pray for my reader and the parents and parish. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen!