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Weekly Lenten Reflections 2021 - IN MEMORY OF FATHER EAMON TOBIN AND ANITA BRADY

Our entire parish and school communities are joining together to honor Father Eamon and Anita by reflecting on the Sunday Gospels for the 6 Sundays of Lent. Please check below and commit to participating in this magnificent effort to honor them as they would be most honored – letting God’s Word touch us to become the best we can be. The gospel readings and reflections will be available on the website and in the bulletin every week. Need more info? Contact Laura Dodson at 321-254-1595 ext. 3067 or by e-mail at [email protected].

Click here to commit to reflecting on the Sunday Gospel for the 6 Sundays of Lent as an individual, family, through a ministry or in a Small Christian Community (SCC).

 

Lenten Penance Service


Lenten Music Reflection 

As we journey through Lent, perhaps you may want to pray the words of this new musical piece and consider the healing and love God offers all of us on our journey. Click here to pray with a recording of the song.


 

Stations of the Cross 

We will not be observing this Lenten devotion on Fridays this year but wanted to offer you some wonderful resources from our faith family and the larger Catholic family and invite you to pray the Stations of the Cross in your homes this Lent.

Pray the Stations of the Cross with our community this Lent and see our Stations carvings in ways you haven't before.
Text ©Copyright 1965, The Way of the Cross, Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland 21227. Used with Permission.

 

In 1991 St. John Paul II introduced the Scriptural Way to the Cross, a different way to experience the stations and the hours before Christ’s passion. 

Stations of the Cross from CRS Rice Bowl - narrated by Bishop Barron (2017)

Stations of the Cross with Bishop Barron from Word on Fire Ministry (2021)