Fr. Mike knows the tricks we can play on ourselves when it comes to picking something for Lent. So he gives a straightforward guideline: Don’t pick something that’s arbitrary. Pick something that is necessary.
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The historical roots of Carnival and Mardi Gras lie in the Catholic calendar. It is the “last hurrah” before Lent begins on Ash Wednesday. That’s why the enormous party in New Orleans, for example, ends abruptly at midnight on Tuesday,
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
The Australian Catholic Bishops have registered their deep concern over the alarming growth in the problem of homelessness and insecure housing in Australia today.