PREPARING FOR LENT AND EASTER
Lenten regulations on fasting and abstinence in English, Polish and Spanish and Lent and the Paschal Triduum Guidelines are on the website of the Office of Divine Worship.
LENTEN ARTICLES IN THE CATHOLIC NEW WORLD
“What Foods Make Up Your Lenten Traditions?” by Michelle Martin, Feb. 3-16, 2013
LENTEN RETREAT: Our Faith is Strengthened in the Desert, with Rev. Terrence Johnson, at Queen of the Universe Church, Saturday, February 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sponsored by the Archdiocese’s Office for Catechesis and Youth Ministry.
PRAYING THE STATIONS WITH MARY, THE MOTHER OF JESUS
This Lenten season, beginning Friday, February 15, at 12 Noon and every Friday during Lent, the community of the Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii invites the public to join them and experience the Way of the Cross through the eyes and heart of
The Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii
1224 W. Lexington Street
Chicago, Illinois 60607
A variety of experiences to prepare for and experience Lent are presented on the Young Adult Ministry website.
ANTI RACISM LENTEN CALENDAR FROM THE OFFICE FOR RACIAL JUSTICE
This calendar invites you during Lent to start your personal Anti-Racism Journal. Start each day with a scriptural reading followed by journaling your thoughts to each day's quotes, reflections, and questions.
OFFICE FOR IMMIGRANT AFFAIRS AND IMMIGRATION EDUCATION LENT 2013
Use this Lenten Calendar for activities, prayers and reflections during this season.
KOLBE HOUSE JAIL MINISTRY 2013 E-MAIL LENT RETREAT
Kolbe House, the Jail Ministry of Archdiocese of Chicago, invites you to participate in a Lenten email retreat that starts on February 18th, 2013. Every Monday during Lent you will receive an email from Kolbe House that contains a short personal experience and scriptural reflection written by a Kolbe House staff or volunteers. This reflection will also include a simple prayer and suggested actions for the week. The Scripture reflections are based on the same Sunday Lent readings.
MARYTOWN’S LENTEN “FEAST FOR THE SOUL” begins with Ash Wednesday services and runs through a March 22 evening Soup and Candlelight Stations, with a variety of presentations, retreats and prayer opportunities in between, at Marytown, the National Shrine of St. Maximillan Kolbe in Libertyville.
DONATE TO CRS RICE BOWL
CRS Rice Bowl is a Lenten faith formation program that helps us to live in solidarity with the poor and vulnerable around the world. We pray to reflect on what type of person we are called to be. We fast to remove the things that get between us and God, and to remember those without enough to eat.
We give to honor Jesus’ call to serve those in need.
Contact: Tom Howard, Program Director, Catholic Relief Services and Justice Education, at 312-534-8390 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the work of Catholic Relief Services and other ways to donate to CRS Rice Bowl.
MESSAGE OF HIS HOLINESS POPE BENEDICT XVI FOR LENT 2013
English | Polish | Spanish
LENTEN RESOURCES FROM THE U. S. CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS
LITURGY TRAINING PUBLICATIONS
Liturgy Training Publications develops and provides resources in English and Spanish that encourage faith formation and growth in the spiritual life. Visit http://www.ltp.org/c-3-lent-triduum-and-easter-season.aspx for a complete listing of Lent and Easter resources for all ages.
LENT: CALL TO CONVERSION
Prepare for Easter with Lenten features, calendar, activities, readings and reflections updated daily from the Franciscans and St. Anthony Messenger Press.
PRAYING LENT 2013
Daily prayers, book reflections, audio retreat and more from the Online Ministries of Creighton University.