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Celebrate Lent by devoting oneself to prayer, Scripture readings, and giving to others as an act of holy virtue. Often holiday traditions can get mixed into the heart of celebrating holy days or other practices found within the liturgical season. This section provides resources to help one journey to the foot of the cross during Lent.
Bishop Malesic offers words of inspiration during the season of Lent. Bishop has released his Lenten message for the faithful. In addition, every day during Lent, he provides daily reflections. Access to the calendar of his reflections are linked below and can also be found on his social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).
These Eucharistic Meditations, from the National Eucharistic Revival Team, are designed to help you spend 30 minutes to an hour in meditation and silent prayer with Jesus during Eucharistic adoration. Even if you cannot be physically present in a church or adoration chapel with the Blessed Sacrament, you can unite yourself spiritually to the Eucharist as you spend this time in prayer.
The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland invites all Catholics to the Evening of Confession this Lenten season. From 5pm-8pm on Wednesday, March 8, 2023 all parishes in the diocese will be open for confession. Been a while? Click HERE a pdf on how to go to confession.
The March/April 2022 edition of Northeast Ohio Catholic features four people with different perspectives of the faith and sacraments.
Our newman campus ministers have created a Lenten Reflection guide for 2023. Click the book cover or the link below to download this resource.
During Lent, many parishes, schools and other Catholic organizations offer a fish fry.
We've compiled a listing of events that have been submitted.
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