I have a very rare and painful illness that has left me handicapped. I have trouble finding rides to doctors’ offices and to church.
Consequently, I feel very disconnected from my parish in which I once served as a catechist and director of religious education. I do some adult education from my home. My chemo schedule makes attending weekend Masses problematic, but I could go to some weekday Masses if I had a ride. Any suggestions?
Perhaps someone from your adult education group could give you a ride on Tuesdays—or whatever day works best for you and that person.
If you select a day of the week, your parish might be able to connect you to someone who usually goes to Mass on that day of the week, leaving you and that person to work out all further details.