Tag Archives: Lent

Of Ashes and Parkland

Earlier this past week, I suppose– like most of you– I was fixated on pancakes and Ash Wednesday. I found it jarring and distressing to come home Wednesday evening to learn that there had been another school shooting. This time … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: Your Lenten Spiritual Discipline

You are not called to be obsessed with sin; you are called to be obsessed with grace. Continue reading

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“Lento,” because we are imperfect…

Have we come to the point that prayer is a luxury, not a necessity? One beauty of Lent is that is reminds us of our imperfections so that we may celebrate the generosity of God.
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A holy and exciting Lent…

Lent gives the invitation to take a look at where we are in relationship to our Lord and to do something about it. We all know that good intentions don’t really produce results. Continue reading

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