To assist readers in preparing for and reflecting upon the season of Lent, The Central Minnesota Catholic collected responses from 40 people across the diocese.
Our families are facing some challenges that were hardly imagined by previous generations.
Lent means most to us when we ask, not “How do I want to change?” but rather, “Jesus, how do you want me to change?”
Members of Mary of the Visitation Church in Becker and Big Lake hopped on board the theme of “Make Lent Great!” by giving gifts of time, talent and treasure at an all-parish Lent event.
I want the presence of God to dominate my attitude, my actions, my demeanor.
Offering the both forms of the Eucharist, bread and wine and abstaining from meat during Lent for seniors
St. Patrick learned to trust God completely as he gave generously to others the spiritual gifts that Christ gave him which makes him a good Lenten saint for us to imitate and celebrate on his feast day, March 17.
Lent is intended to be a season of ongoing conversion. These are capsule reviews of 10 films that showcase characters experiencing a positive change of heart, mind or outlook.