October 2, 2020 (Our Sunday Visitor)
When the novel coronavirus was at its peak earlier this year in Delaware and Washington, D.C., Sister Constance Veit said she felt like a blindfolded soccer goalkeeper, trying to stop something she couldn’t see.
“It was a very heart-wrenching period of time. There was a feeling that despite doing everything we were told to do, there was this invisible enemy that was sneaking around and got past us,” said Sister Constance, the communications director for the Little Sisters of the Poor.
“We couldn’t see it coming at us, and we couldn’t figure out where it was going to hit next,” Sister Constance told Our Sunday Visitor.