I’m a disabled adult who lives with her parents. They were formerly very anti-Catholic but have mellowed out a good bit in the last few years. But I always feel a bit guilty over things like the Easter Vigil. Mom’s my only possible transport and she does it, but she winced when I reminded her of the length. I feel like I’m adding extra work even doing things like no meat on Fridays (very limited use of hands so no meal prep). I’d like to do things like the Divine Mercy celebration or First Friday, but it feels wrong to ask. I’m even nervous about putting up a crucifix or sacred art or getting a medal, though that part may just be bad memories of the years when they were more strongly anti-Catholic, though Dad did ask me recently if we believed in “the Bible, John the Baptist and all that” and is convinced I’d be much happier going to church with him.
So what’s reasonable faith practice, both at home and in terms of public worship?