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"Lent is a favorable season for opening the doors to all those in need and recognizing in them the face of Christ."

Pope Francis

Our parish offers many opportunities for you to pray, learn and grow in holiness this Lenten season.

Saint Joseph the Worker Parish presents Stations of the Cross with Bishop Christian

Lenten Spotify Playlist curated by Heather Khym from the Abiding Together Podcast

Lent resources from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)

At critical times throughout Salvation History, God’s people have been invited to consecrate themselves. We are at one of those critical times in history, and consecrating ourselves, our families, our country, and indeed, the whole world to the Eucharist may make all the difference. Join us now for BEST LENT EVER and be one of the first people in history to go on this journey!

Great family resources created to assist parish and school leaders in finding the best and most relevant content and experiences for developing faith-filled Catholic families.

Lent resources from Loyola Press, A Jesuit Ministry including daily inspiration, devotionals, activities, etc.

Ave Maria Press offers a great selection of books for Lent.

Diving into the beauty of the Faith has never been easier: at home, on the go, or from any internet connected device. Here you'll find some recommendations to get you started with FORMED.

Amen is the free Catholic app that brings you beautiful prayers, faithful meditations and nourishing Scripture to draw your mind, body and soul to rest in God.

Join Brother Francis as he helps children up to 8 years old understand how to live a joy-filled Catholic life. In this episode, he follows our Lord on his way to the Cross.

Messages for Lent from His Holiness Pope Francis

For Kids ages 5-12 - Lenten Adventure activities

The full Gospel reading for each day with a short reflection from Bishop Robert Barron; Conveniently delivered to your email inbox each morning

This powerful movie depicts the final 12 hours of the life of Christ.

Through CRS (Catholic Relief Services) Rice Bowl, we journey with members of our human family around the world, and commit our Lenten prayers, fasting and almsgiving to deepening our faith and serving those in need.

Recordings from St Joseph the Worker past Lenten Programs.

The diocesan theme for Lent is What's in Your Heart. Together let us recommit ourselves from our very core, our hearts, to deepen our relationship with God and with others, especially those most in need.

Our Grow in Faith webpage has a wealth of resources to help you grow closer to Christ all year long.

Busted Halo explains the significance of this season of prayer, fasting, and giving, and how you can make the most of this time of repentance and renewal.

Catholic programming for kids that does not water down Catholicism. Resources for parents and teachers to instruct children in the Faith and practices of prayer.

Lent is a season of repentance and renewal. We turn away from our sinfulness and recommit ourselves to following Jesus. Ignatian contemplation and reflective prayer encourage us in the season of Lent. Here are some Ignatian resources for Lent.

In this day and age, we’ve got it easy in many ways. From websites to apps to books, there are hundreds of ways to add to your prayer life this Lent. Find one that suits your needs.

Lent & Easter Resources - Webinars & retreats on line

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