Did you take our What Lent Resource Is Best For You Quiz? Interested to see what your results could have been? Here is a complete list, but use caution! Don’t overwhelm yourself with too many options. Commit to just one or two and see it through to the end.
What Lent Resource Is Best For You? Possible Quiz Results
Read a Spiritual Book
Dive into one of the classics or try something new. A few of our favorites for Lent:
An Introduction to the Devout Life by St. Frances de Sales
The Story of a Soul by St. Therese of Lisieux
The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ by Ven. Anne Catherine Emmerich
Pray 40 Days App
Fr. Michael Denk created the Pray 40 Days app to set your prayer time on fire this Lent. Are you ready to grow in your prayer life? To experience God Like never before? Pray 40 Days & change your life forever by signing up for FREE, you will receive updates about the program, with information as to how you can participate as well as exclusive daily content for the duration of the program. Sign-Up Here: https://www.theprodigalfather.org
A Virtual Or In-Person Retreat
The chances are good that your Diocese is offering at least one retreat during Lent. You need to get away and be with God. Ask around, grab a few friends, and GO! If you can’t go in person, there are SO many virtual retreats being offered.
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A Daily Devotional
A daily devotional might be just the thing you need to stay on track this Lent. Here are a few we recommend.
Daily Text Messages
Flocknote is offering a daily Lenten reflection that you can choose to receive as either an email or text message. This is perfect for the person who is on the go! Sign-up here: http://flocknote.com/lent
Try Daily Videos to help keep you focused this Lent. Watch them first thing in the morning as you have your morning coffee, on your lunch break, or right before bed. Our suggestion:
Take the Lent #Pray40 Challenge from Hallow – the Catholic Prayer and Meditation App!
That past 12 months have been full of ups and downs with many of us facing serious and unexpected challenges. This Lent, Hallow invites you to find peace in your relationship with God by joining the #Pray40 challenge and committing to daily prayer.
To help support you, Hallow has put together 40 days of Lenten meditations with length options that work for every schedule and experience level.
In honor of Pope Francis proclaiming 2021 as the “Year of St. Joseph,” Hallow has built the Hallow #Pray40 community challenge around growing in the virtues of the patron of the Universal Church, including humility, hiddenness, obedience, chastity, justice, and love of the poor.
There will be a new type of prayer each day to build on the theme for the week. A few highlights:
Prayers to grow in humility and obedience
The Seven Sorrows Rosary
Examinations of Conscience
The Litany of St. Joseph
New Hallow Music
The Stations of the Cross
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