Lent 2019 2019-03-02T16:06:38-04:00

Lent is a time of preparation for each of us through prayer, doing penance, mortifying the flesh, repentance of sins, almsgiving, and self-denial. Stop in and discover the many resources we have to aid you in your Lenten journey. Here are just a few!

Make Lent and Holy week even more meaningful with brief daily meditations that will help focus on Our Lord’s passion and resurrection alongside his mother, Mary. Each daily meditation includes Scripture, a question to think about or act to consider, and a short prayer to the Blessed Mother.

This inspiring book by one of Christianity’s most prolific authors brings to life many of those who played important roles in the “Eternal Drama of the Cross.” This “journey” to Calvary dramatically introduces the reader to a deep and personal knowledge of faith.

As death approaches, the human heart speaks its greatest words of love to those it holds most dear. So it was with Jesus who in His final hours gave us seven last “words” rich with spiritual meaning. For the first time ever, Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s complete writings and reflections on Christ’s last words have been compiled into this one book.

For almost fifty years, the simple, intimate, and powerful words of Clarence Enzler’s perennially bestselling Stations of the Cross booklet have invited readers to grow closer to Christ by embracing the mystery of suffering in the world.

Through Bishop Serratelli’s reflections on the similar accounts of the four evangelists, we re-live Jesus’ Passion bathed in the light of Easter glory. We will appreciate how the Cross remains the instrument of our salvation and see more clearly our own call to discipleship.

This bestselling way of the cross follows Jesus on his journey to Calvary through the eyes of his mother, Mary. With a mother’s love and also with deep faith, she accompanies him and invites readers to follow him as well—with love and deep faith.

As Holly Clark points out in these poignant and profound reflections on Jesus’ journey to Calvary, Jesus chose the disability of the cross, and by doing so, ennobles our own suffering and gives us courage. These prayers will strengthen and inspire and offer hope and spiritual healing to all, no matter what your disability may be.

In this beautifully written book, acclaimed Scripture scholar Fr. Thomas Rosica offers reflections on the words of Jesus as he died on the cross. Interwoven with inspiration from St. Teresa of Calcutta, Pope Francis, Pope Benedict, and Pope John Paul I, these profound reflections invite us to consider our own frailties, fear of death, and thirst for justice in a modern world.

Analyzes the relation between the seven recorded words that Mary spoke in the Gospels and seven last words of her Son as He hung on the cross. Offers solace for the fears and dilemmas of today’s Christian by interpreting the Gospel from the intertwined perspective of Mother and Son. 96 pages.

Fulton Sheen wrote these meditations to enkindle in souls a flaming love for the Crucified Christ, who, through His passion and death, revealed to us that it is only through the Cross that we are ever ushered into glory and eternal life.

Henri J. M. Nouwen, one of the most beloved spiritual thinkers of the 20th century, wrote about the saving passion of God’s Son in a way that has captivated and inspired readers the world over. Excerpts from Nouwen’s engaging insights are paired with original reflections and prayers in this booklet for each day of Lent.

Celebrate your faith together as a family this Lent as you go through the season “With Our Savior!” Every day of Lent is an opportunity to bring yourself and your family closer to the joy of Easter. Scripture, reflection, prayer and activities are presented here.

Never has there been spiritual reading as powerful as What Jesus Saw from the Cross, the book that will intensify your love of Jesus by burning the events of His Passion into your memory and imagination.

Lent is a time to refocus our hearts and revive our love of the Lord and one another.
The Lenten Companion, for the Forty Days of Lent (from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday), is designed in a convenient, easy-to-use format