Lent According To Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

Lent According To Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

 

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Mount Calvary Is The Academy Of Love | Good Friday

Mount Calvary Is The Academy Of Love | Good Friday

Mount Calvary Is The Academy Of Love | Good Friday   More Good Friday Resources     Related content: 25 Things You Can Do On Good Friday To Remember Christ’s Sacrifice Good Friday Explained Through 20 Images Of The Crucifixion What Does True Love Really Look Like? A Lot Can Happen In Just 3 Days […]

Do You Not Love Me In The Blessed Sacrament?

But our Lord could say to us: “You have loved Me on Calvary because there I washed away your sins. You have loved Me in the Crib because there I was meek and lovable. Why then do you not love Me in the Blessed Sacrament where I am always with you? You have only to […]

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5 Triduum Traditions To Help Your Family Celebrate Holy Week

In Holy Week, the Catholic Church invites us to experience the most critical moments in history. In the business of daily life, the repetitive nature of the liturgical calendar, and the extended season of Lent, it’s easy to miss the power of these days. If you are looking for ideas on how to bring this […]

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3 Ways To Be Intentional This Lent Habits for Holiness with Fr. Mark-Mary Ames of the CF

3 Ways To Be Intentional This Lent

We are in Lent – a season of renewal, a season of “leaning in,” a season of surrendering more and more. Lent is a sacred and beautiful season. What I’d like to propose is that Lent is a great time to focus on “living intentionally” – essentially “living on purpose.” It’s living every day according […]

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How To Give Alms This Lent Catholic

How To Give Alms This Lent

How To Give Alms This Lent Catholic More Lent Resources Related content: QUIZ: What Should You Give Up For Lent? Lent Isn’t Meant To Be Sweet: A Guide To Deciding What To Give Up This Lent Give Up Indifference And Start Caring 12 “Pope Quotes” To Reflect On As We Approach Mid-Lent Learn To Rely […]

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Mark Your Calendar: March Is Dedicated To St. Joseph

Did you know that each month has a traditional Catholic devotion? This year, let’s focus on each devotion month-by-month to grow in our faith and traditions! Make yourself notes, write it on your calendar, and pray a specific prayer each day of the month to remember. You could use a prayer already associated with the […]

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7 Things To do when tempted to break your lent fast

7 Things To Do To Distract Yourself When You’re Tempted To Break Your Lenten Fast

I distinctly remember grade school lunches on Fridays. They were conveniently meatless. Then in high school, when Lent arrived, as I bit into my chicken sandwich, I looked up at my other Catholic friend at our table. We realized it was Lent, and we spit out our bite as subtly as possible. Now, not eating […]

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The endurance of darkness is preparation for great light. - St. John of the Cross

The Endurance Of Darkness Is Preparation | St. John of the Cross

The Endurance Of Darkness Is Preparation | St. John of the Cross More Catholic Resources For Lent QUIZ: What Should You Give Up For Lent? Related content: The Stations of The Cross | Video Reflections From 3 Saints Do You Know The 7 Final Messages Of Christ On The Cross? Why Don’t We Sing “Alleluia” During […]

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Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." - Matthew 5:3 The Gospels are the first four books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These books teach us facts about Jesus’ life and share valuable lessons we can learn...

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