In a particular way during Lent, we are asked to devote ourselves to the spiritual and corporal works of mercy that “remind us that faith finds expression in concrete everyday actions meant to help our neighbors in body and spirit.”
St. Anthony’s Via Crucis to be held every Friday in Lent. Click here.
Click here for 25 Great Things You Can Do for Lent, Besides giving up chocolate, from Busted Halo.
Click here for a Lenten Calendar from AmericanCatholic.org
Click here for Lenten resources from the USCCB
Sign up for daily Lenten reflections in English or Spanish from Bishop Robert Barron. Click here
Sign up for daily Lenten activities for your kids. Click here.
“Catholic Forum,” the Diocesan radio program/podcast produced by the Office of Communications of the Diocese of Wilmington, had an interesting line-up of Lent and Easter programs. Click here for details.
Click here for Bishop Malooly’s Holy Week and Easter Schedule.
A Lenten tradition is praying the Stations of the Cross. Here is an online version for you to pray: