If you’re searching for what to do this Lent, here’s a list of a few solid, Catholic Lent resources.
Gospel Reflections written by Missionaries at Solidarity Bridge, a Medical Mission based in IL
Weekly Monday reflections from Little Flower Art shop highlighting Christ’s mercy, including how to use the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy as an inspiration for this Lent
Bishop Barron’s Daily Gospel Meditations emailed to you daily – also in Español
“Lenten Meditations” by Jim Janknegt, featuring original paintings based on Jesus’ parables
LifeTeen Lenten daily reflections in an Ignatian-style imaginative reflections written by Fr. Bob Schreiner on the wounds of Christ and the people present at the crucifixion
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“Lenten Reflections From a Father Who Keeps His Promises” by Scott Hahn
“40 Days, 40 Ways: A New Look at Lent” by Marcellino D’Ambrosio Ph.D.
Take the Pray 40 Days Challenge with Fr. Michael Denk
XT3 from Australia has an Apple/Android Lent Calendar/App that provides daily content, including videos, meditations + podcasts, to assist teachers and students for a prayerful journey
RETREATS (NO TRAVEL REQUIRED)
Video/Audio: The Pray More Retreat is self-paced, so you participate online wherever you are and whenever you have the time.
Book: “33 Days to Merciful Love: A Do-It-Yourself Retreat in Preparation for Consecration to Divine Mercy,” by Fr. Mike Gaitley (eBook also available)
7 ideas for a Lenten Challenge from CatholicMom.com
Get daily emails from Dynamic Catholic with a short video and inspirational content
RedeemedOnline presents short daily lent videos, in partnership with Franciscan University
STILL DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO?
Don’t know what to do for Lent? Take this Quiz and find out:
Listen to this Podcast from Divine Intimacy Radio, “Preparing for Lent”