Tag: Lent

Stations of the Cross with Saint Therese

The Stations of the Cross are a beautiful Lenten tradition. This devotion allows us to walk with Jesus towards calvary, reflecting on how we can “take up your cross and follow Him.” During my time in religious life, we prayed the Stations of the Cross every Friday and I grew to love the practice of…

A Tune for Tuesday

I’ve been pondering my Lenten commitment over the last 24 hours and it is beginning to form a sort of structure through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.  Since Sundays are a day of rest, I’ll be taking that day off.  Like many people, music touches the depths of my soul and raises it to…

Some Perspective and a Promise

The internet can be an overwhelming place  and an unfortune breeding ground for attention seeking.  I’ve been searching its depths the last couple of days for tips on publicizing this blog and making it more popular.  With everyone and their sister blogging these days, how do bloggers like BadCatholic and Mark Shea make it on…

Digging for Change

Change – it’s the only constant in life, or so people have been telling me.  I’ve been going through some big changes personally and with the wider Church.  Appropriately, these changes are happening on the cusp of Lent. Lent is all about change.  We often refer to Lent as a time for “metanoia.” In Greek, metanoia…

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