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.
Second Sunday of Lent: Why do we read of Jesus’ glorious transfiguration in the midst of the Lenten season when we prepare to enter into the passion, death and resurrection of our Lord?
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.
The new diocesan app can strengthen our faith with Bible readings, reflections, prayers, articles and much more.
Fasting, the author says, is not mortification of the flesh. Daylong gorging and grazing are what punish the body instead. Fasting as part of a lifestyle gets the body working as it was intended to work.
First Sunday of Lent: This holy season is an opportunity to ask ourselves the question raised in the Genesis story. Who is God in my life — God or me?