Wednesday, February 10, 2016


10 tips for making the Lenten season more meaningful 

Slow Down - Set aside 10 minutes a day for silent prayer or meditation. It will revitalize your body and your spirit.

Read a good book - You could choose the life of a saint, a spiritual how-to, an inspirational book or one of the pope’s new books.

Be kind - Go out of your way to do something nice for someone else every day.

Get involved - Attend a Lenten lecture or spiritual program.

Volunteer at your parish - Whether it’s the parish fish fry, cleaning the church or helping with the food drive, it will give you a chance to help others.

Reach out - Invite an inactive Catholic to come with you to receive ashes on Ash Wednesday.

Pray - Especially for people you don’t like and for people who don’t like you.

Tune out - Turn off the television and spend quality time talking with family members or friends.

Clean out closets - Donate gently used items to the St. Vincent de Paul Society.

Pick one mission and decide how you can help by sending money, clothing or supplies.

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