“Lent is a time of atonement for our sins. But proper atonement isn’t self-denigrating.” Debra Black challenges us to give up negative self-talk.
Debra Black reflects on how to make this Lent truly transformative.
When God chooses our penance, it is far more powerful than any cross we pick up ourselves. Claire Dwyer reflects on passive purification.
Fr. Gorman has created a richly-textured, moment-by-moment account that brings to vivid life the powerful events that transpired between Jesus’ Agony in the Garden and His death on the Cross.
Debra Black provides a beautiful reflection on the restorative aspect of Lent.
Prayer, meditation, Holy Hours, the Mass, and even a bit of philosophy: it’s all here in this delightful anthology of the works of the saintly archbishop Fulton J. Sheen!
How did Ash Wednesday get started? Find out in this excerpt from an older text on this celebration and practice … as we begin the discipline of Lent.
Fr. Bill Casey turns our attention to Jesus in brief reflections on topics ranging from the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist to the role that the Blessed Virgin Mary plays in every healthy prayer life.
These times call for extraordinarily courageous and generous hearts—and that means you.
How is the spiritual life like Candyland? Debra Black offers a reflection as we look forward to Lent.