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LENTEN RESOURCES

Lent is the forty day period before Easter, excluding Sundays, which begins on Ash Wednesday (February 26) and ends on Holy Thursday (April 9).

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

Pope Francis

Recordings from St Joseph the Worker past Lenten Programs.

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

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

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

Welcome to our Lenten series on the Sunday Gospel. Please return each week during Lent for the latest reflection from Bishop Libasci.

A wealth of suggestions and resources from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to help you "raise up," "sacrifice," and "offer" during Lent.

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

Don’t Give Up Chocolate for Lent SO… WHAT IS BEST LENT EVER? It’s a totally free and totally awesome daily Lenten video program (sent straight to your email) that will help you unlock your God-given potential.

The CatholicTV Network broadcasts the Catholic Mass Sunday-Friday and the Spanish Mass on Sunday. All Masses are celebrated by Roman Catholic priests.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church explains this powerful sacrament.

Celebrate by watching EWTN selected Lenten programming.

The full Gospel reading for each day of Lent 2020; A short reflection from Bishop Robert Barron; Conveniently delivered to your email inbox each morning

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.

With this on line version, follow the path of Christ from Pontius Pilate's praetorium to Christ's tomb.