Lent begins Ash Wednesday, March 2nd (one week from today).
It’s the second week of Lent.
During this holy season, Christians are called to reflect on the Lord’s suffering and death more deeply.Read More »
Lent began last week on Ash Wednesday, February 26th.
First, I’ll give information about Lent.
Then, I’ll give suggestions for this important, holy season.
The Stations of the Cross — also known as the Way of the Cross, Way of Sorrows and Via Dolorosa — is one of the most popular Roman Catholic devotions. It consists of fourteen events that took place during Jesus’ Passion.
About a year ago, I wrote a post on the cross. I decided to resurrect the post (with a few edits) since we’re in the season of Lent, journeying toward the cross with Christ.
If you’ve been following my blog from the beginning, you probably read it. However, you may not remember what you read a year ago — I sure don’t!
Even if you do remember, I recommend reading it again. The cross teaches us many lessons, and it’s essential that we continue to learn from it…
Today is Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of Lent for Christians.
During the next forty days, the Lord calls us to increased prayer, fasting and almsgiving.
Have you reflected on what you’re being called to do this Lent?