Was there a good point made in the sermon you heard for your Mass of obligation? Let us know.
Also, please note if your priest mentioned anything about The Present Crisis and The Viganò Testimony.
For my part, I am on an island in Lake Michigan. We had a small flock for Mass, in the Extraordinary Form of course. I spoke about Christ’s work of mercy in the case of the Widow of Naim. Christ could have, as God, solved the problems of all poor widows everywhere, with the blink of an eye. He did not. But He in mercy helped a real widow in front of Him. Screwtape told Wormwood to keep his “patient” focused on “the poor”, nebulous and generic poor out there, rather than attending to the poor person in front of him. Paul told the Galatians to admonish each other properly, which is a spiritual work of mercy. We all have occasions in which we can make mercy concrete instead of leaving it a nebulous and inactive abstraction.