Lent began on Ash Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday Mass times - 2019~ Coming soon!

"The seasons and days of penance in the course of the liturgical year (Lent, and each Friday in memory of the death of the Lord) are intense moments of the Church’s penitential practice. These times are particularly appropriate for spiritual exercises, penitential liturgies, pilgrimages as signs of penance, voluntary self-denial such as fasting and almsgiving, and fraternal sharing (charitable and missionary works)." - Catechism of the Catholic Church 1438



Lenten Resources

The Holy Father's 2019 Lenten Message
USCCB Resources for Lent, including a downloadable calendar and statement from the U.S. bishops

Fasting & abstinence regulations

Get daily Lenten reflections from Father Robert Barron sent to your inbox

Below, Dr. Scott Hahn on the 40 Days of Lent




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