I have always had a wish list of things to do if I had time and now that time at home is mandatory I have managed to start to get through it.
One gem I have found and enjoyed is the Formed.org resources that I had signed up for sometime ago. As a parishioner of Nazareth we can sign up for free through the Parish and being always on the lookout for a good deal I had signed up but not really looked at it.
With lent being so different this year and no access to the sacraments I dipped into Formed.org to see what it offered. With not much on TV, I was looking for some spiritual nourishment as well as entertainment. What I found surprised me, a choice so big of great looking movies, programs, documentaries.
I embarked during Lent on the daily Lenten reflection, so encouraging as it is current and talked about our separation from the mass and the difficulty of isolation. Then we watched, during Holy Week, the daily scripture discussion which spoke about the history of what was happening during Holy Week in Jesus' time and gave us the references to the old testament in the gospels. It was half an hour where we learnt so much and appreciated the reading so much more. Even though Lent has ended I would likely recommend it.
So I am hooked now. I have enjoyed their documentaries on Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Padre Pio movie and now are watching and listening to their Divine Mercy reflections. It is great to have something to look forward to.
Formed.org has something for everyone so I highly recommend you sign up (for free) and enjoy the immense variety of high quality material they have. I hope you find something positive and uplifting during this time.