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Ideas for Your Lenten Journey

Lent is a time traditionally for prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.

We commence our Lenten journey on Ash Wednesday, receiving ashes, as a physical marking to enter these next days as we journey toward the hope of Easter.

May these ideas offer some support to your Lenten journey and creating space and time for you to deepen reflection, prayer, and your relationship with a God who is companion on your journey.


Self-Guided Online Retreat

During Lent, we invite you to take a moment to stop and retreat, pray and reflect. For each Sunday of Lent, Lasallian Partners and Christian Brothers will provide an opportunity for prayer, their personal reflection on the mission of the Brothers, and the importance of the Brothers’ vocation.

Every Sunday of Lent and Easter Sunday


Videos

Getting Ready

Produced by Ed Sirois, La Salle Academy, Providence, RI

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What is Lent?

Produced by Ed Sirois, La Salle Academy, Providence, RI

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Holy Week

Produced by Ed Sirois, La Salle Academy, Providence, RI

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Meditations

Saint John Baptist de La Salle is founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and Patron Saint of Teachers. His writings are a gift to the Church. They both speak to his day (~350 years ago in France) and our own. These are his mediations for the Lenten season, part of a larger collection of mediations for throughout the year, special feasts, and specific meditations for teachers for retreat.


40 Ways to Observe the 40 days

Daily opportunities to include the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy in your Lenten observance.


Other Resources

There are SO many great Lenten resources out there. Hopefully, you land on something that speaks to your heart this Lenten season. Blessings on your Lenten journey!

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