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Lent

Drive-through Confession: How one priest is tending his flock during pandemic

Fr. Matthew Fish couldn’t arrange the confessionals in his church according to new guidelines, so he took the confessional outside.

Is Lent 2020 ending too soon? Yes, you read that right.

Why we shouldn't be in a hurry this Lent.

3 Paintings to meditate on during Holy Week

As we all suffer the effects of a global pandemic, let these visual meditations on the crucifixion of Jesus change you.

Let’s do Purgatory for Lent!

Dante's 'Divine Comedy' can be our Lenten guide.

Father Cantalamessa: If Mary was tempted, it was above all beneath the Cross

People need hope to live just as they need oxygen to breathe

Some bishops lift ban of eating meat on Friday, recognizing shopping difficulties

But they ask the faithful to continue doing some form of lenten penance.

Father Cantalamessa: Mary learned obedience through what she suffered

Jesus behaved like a clear-minded and demanding spiritual director who, having sensed he is dealing with an exceptional soul, doesn’t allow the soul to waste time or to dwell on a lower level

Living Lent from Home: Listen to Charpentier’s Meditations on Lent

Marc-Antoine Charpentier was one of the most prolific, versatile, and inspiring French composers of the Baroque.

Spending Lent at home? Take these online tours of the world’s greatest museums

An impressive collection of Catholic art is now accessible for free thanks to digital collections.

During this Lenten season, learn how to be more charitable

As a family, try giving of yourself and uniting in prayer.

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