How often do you fail at Lent? For me, it’s a cycle and happens every 2-3 years. This post is about a lesson I have to re-learn every once in a while.
This #WorthRevisiting Wednesday, I found an old post about giving things up for Lent.
The Church knows that this is the week when Lent gets hard.
Lent isn’t about changing everything at once. It’s all about baby steps.
There is real, healing power in the Sacrament of Confession, and I was reminded of that fact the last time I went.
Elsa’s been on the loose in Southwest Virginia, but that’s not keeping us from having Small Successses!
Originally posted on zeal4thefaith:
“Now I rejoice in my sufferings for your sake, and in my flesh I am filling up what is lacking in the afflictions of Christ on behalf of his body, which is the church.” Colossians 1:24 (YOUCAT 230) Penance is making restitution or satisfaction for a wrong that has been…
The CRS Rice Bowl app helps to humanize our Lenten sacrifices and alms-giving by showing us who we’re helping.
Welcome to Small Success Thursday, hosted by CatholicMom.com! Take a moment to relish the little things that went right this week, and join in the fun! You can find links to more posts at the CatholicMom.com site. This week, I actually want to start with a follow up to last week: my older daughter’s Spring…
Everyone once in a while, I get REALLY EXCITED ABOUT ALL THE SPIRITUAL JOURNEYING I WILL DO FOR LENT! Yes, it must be written in caps like that, too, because my brain is all I remember one year, I wanted to start to go to daily Mass, start a daily Rosary, read two different books…