Last week I posted some books and publications that you might like to consider for Lent. Of course, there are many resources available online for free. Here is a sampling:
Loyola Press has online Lenten Resources HERE. You can sign up for daily email reflections, do an online retreat, what Lenten video reflections etc. If you are still trying to figure out what to do for Lent this year, there are some wonderful articles on how to prepare for Lent, some things to consider.
If you are a teacher or a parent, the NCEA has resources for Lent to help your students. There are free resources, activities for children, Lenten calendars with ideas for daily prayer, fasting and almsgiving.
Of course, the USCCB has a site dedicated to lent . There are links to a printable Lenten Calendar, Lenten prayers, videos, reflections and questions and answers about Lent, Ways to evangelize during Lent and much more. Especially helpful are the resources for making a good confession. See the short video below:
Dynamic Catholic this year once again has their daily video program. You can sign up HERE to have the short daily video sent to your email.
And of course, Bishop Barron and Word on Fire has the daily email reflections for Lent. All that you need to do is sign up with an email address.
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