This Lenten Reflection is from Deep Down Things by Richard McCullen, C.M.
Articles for Lent
In this presentation, Frederic Ozanam defends the tradition of almsgiving in the face of criticism from the Socialists of his day.
With Lent’s focus on spiritual growth, reflection, and conversion, now would be a great time to pause and listen to a podcast, “Conversion and Discernment According to Vincent de Paul” written and narrated by Fr. Edward R. Udovic, C.M.
Lent reminds us to take time for God and reflect. To aid us in this, many online resources are available.
Some thoughts, this Lent, about sharing the self-giving love of Christ with each other.
Famvin’s 2019 Lenten Calendar will help remind you to try the daily meditative prayer and other practices outlined in Superior General Fr. Tomaž Mavrič’s Lenten and Advent letters.
One of the big challenges many of us face is not only to think beyond ourselves. We also need to change the way we think about how we serve the needs of our sisters and brothers.
Stations of the Cross or the Way of the Cross, also known as Way of Sorrows or Via Crucis, refers to a series of images depicting Jesus Christ on the day of his crucifixion and accompanying prayers. The stations grew out of imitations of Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem...
The key to fruitful observance of the practices of Lent is to recognize their link to baptismal renewal. We are called not just to abstain from sin during Lent, but to true conversion of our hearts.
Only two weeks to go. Because you asked... Q. Why do we say that there are forty days of Lent? When you count all the days from Ash Wednesday through Holy Saturday, there are 46. A. It might be more accurate to say that there is the "forty day fast within Lent."...
If you’re looking for videos, PowerPoints, etc. you’ll find a small archive of Lenten resources on VinFormation.
Set aside some time this week to ask yourself the following questions, based on the five Vincentian Virtues of Humility, Simplicity, Meekness, Mortification, and Zeal.