Deacon Michael provides a list of books
for our Lenten and General Spirituality reading
There are numerous online programs
offering spiritual enrichment during Lent.
Check out some of the following:
If you are looking for spiritual materials for Lent – books, music, materials for children – check the list from the Association of Catholic Publishers here.
Loyola Press offers a printable Lenten Calendar for Families with simple ways to practice prayer, fasting, and almsgiving as a family.
Deacon Michael’s book, The Via Dolorosa: A Forensic and Spiritual Treatise on the Salvific Work of Jesus Christ, provides a learning, emotional, and spiritual experience for the reader. “Through the use of the actual sites on the Via Dolorosa the reader can be drawn into the events of Calvary and share in the devotion embraced by millions of pilgrims over the centuries.” For more information click here. To read a review click here.
Praying Lent is an extensive collection of Lenten Resources including articles, daily prayers, book groups, and contemplations on the scripture readings.
Do you like to post pictures to social media? If so, join the Busted Halo InstaLent Photo Challenge throughout the Season of Lent (until Easter). Lent is a time to reflect and draw closer to God, so we hope to do just that with the creative ideas for photo-sharing we’ll provide each day. Get ready and get creative! Your Instagram feed is about to look a whole lot like Lent
Pray with Fr. Joe Tetlow, SJ, in our Living Lent Daily series for 2022. Inspired by Fr. Tetlow’s new book of prayers, You Have Called Me by My Name, we’ll explore the Examen and direct our attention to Jesus’ experience of the Passion. This is a wonderful way to experience Lent during this Ignatian Year. Other resources from Loyola Press may be found here.
Join in a special Lenten read-along with Loyola Press. We’ll be reading Braving the Thin Places: Celtic Wisdom to Create a Space for Grace at a relaxed pace that will give us time to savor what we read during the weeks of Lent. Click here for more details.
Check out SimplyCatholic’s 10 Tips for Making the Lenten Season More Meaningful.
He is coming, prepare!
Daily Lenten reflections
can be found here.