We are called to sacrifice and practice our Lenten disciplines in ways that we couldn’t imagine just a few months ago.
Catholic leaders say Lent during a pandemic can offer the faithful extra time to pray and reflect during the season leading to Easter.
Forgiveness frees people to be their true selves, with the residue of past guilt no longer holding them fast.
Lent, our own ‘spring training,’ prepares us for the mysteries of Holy Week.
Lent is about seeking God in quiet, in Scripture, in the encounters with others each day.
The Friday Lenten meditation for priests who work at the Vatican turned into an online event March 6 as Vatican officials continued to study precautions for avoiding the spread of the coronavirus.
Clodoald Doppelbock was released Feb. 25 and a crowd gathered at Pantown Feb. 28 for a special “Blessing of the Bock.”
“Unfortunately, my cold forces me to not participate,” the pope told pilgrims in St. Peter’s Square March 1 for his Sunday Angelus address.