In the spotlight: Palm Sunday, Blessed Carlo Acutis relic, Ukraine
Photos of the Week: April 11, 2022
Minnesota cathedral to host musical meditation on Way of Cross
The Cathedral of St. Paul in St. Paul will host and make available via livestream a musical meditation on the Stations of the Cross, “Le Chemin de la Croix,” April 8 at 7 p.m. (CDT).
Lenten services, retreats and other opportunities
Don’t miss these local opportunities to enrich your Lenten experience.
Ann Jonas: Books for Lent 2020
New books offer good reading for spiritual growth and renewal during Lent and Holy Week.
Recording artist Dana headlines Lenten program on Great Catholic Music
Great Catholic Music, a free Catholic music platform with over 16,000 downloads, is partnering with Irish Catholic recording artist Dana this Lent to bring listeners the hourlong program “The Stations of the Cross,” airing every Friday of the penitential season.
‘Their Calvary was lengthy’: Pope’s Stations recall those exploited
Recalling Jesus’ death on the cross, Pope Francis led thousands on Good Friday in reflecting on the crosses of loneliness, fear and betrayal that crucify countless men, women and children in the world.
In re-enacting Stations, young people inspire parishes, witness own faith
For 20 years, youths from across the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis have brought Christ’s Passion to parishes by re-enacting the Stations of the Cross. Servants of the Cross, a family apostolate, began in 1998 with nine youths, and now approximately 50 young people between ages 6 and 23 take part.
Bishop Kettler: Lent is chance to refocus on living as missionary disciples
Bishop Kettler encourages us to participate in special prayers and devotions, such as the rosary or Stations of the Cross, in your homes or parishes.