Lenten programs and resources

Signs of Life Parish discussion beginning week of March 10

This Lent we have five families which have agreed to host conversations around the book Signs of LifeThe book seeks to familiarize Catholics with the roots and values of Catholic sacraments and devotional practices.  Some who know the practices, may better appreciate their origins and meaning others may discover hidden gems of the Catholic experience.  Most of all, we hope that it will help you find ways of drawing God into your daily lives.

Ask yourselves

Has this practice been part of your daily life.

Have you learned anything new about this?

Have you come to appreciate this practice in new ways.

Please pick up a book and start reading the introduction and number 1, 2 and 3.

Meeting will begin the week of March 10. Please sign up on the sheets in the back of church please note the time and address of the meeting.

Up county-   Chapel Point to Welcome

Burkes Wednesday 7 PM

Haydens Tuesday 7 PM

Vaughans – Wednesdays 7 PM

Down County Allen’s Fresh east

Macmillans – Sunday 5 PM

Saunders Wednesdays 2 PM


Other Lenten helps

Pick up the Lenten version of the Word Among Us.  It contains the daily Mass reading, and meditations as well as a few thoughtful articles.


Living Lent daily Loyola Press https://www.loyolapress.com/our-catholic-faith/liturgical-year/lent/living-lent-daily will send you daily emails for Lent.  Lent presents a wonderful time to reflect on themes of mercy, and this year’s Living Lent Daily aims to help. This e-mail series delivers daily reflections based on the Scriptures of Lent, drawing out lessons of mercy. The messages also include suggestions for further exploration of Lenten themes through additional online articles and prayers.


Best Lent Ever– once again these daily reflections are brought to you by Dynamic Catholic, publishers of many of our Christmas books. https://dynamiccatholic.com/best-lent-ever/


Creighton University is a center of Spiritual training. Their online ministries always has a wide variety of helps to prayer and refection. http://onlineministries.creighton.edu/CollaborativeMinistry/Lent/