Faith Building Opportunities

Looking for ways to continue building your faith during Lent? These classes and reflections are available on-line and are completely free.


This website by Creighton University provides daily prayers, reflections, meditations and other Lenten resources.

A free video-based email program featuring best selling author Matthew Kelly.

Spend your time with Christ in the Gospel this Lent alongside Bishop Barron and the Word on Fire community.

In Parousia: The Bible and the Mass get ready to join host Scott Hahn to uncover how and why all of God’s action, in creation and redemption, is ordered to the Mass. By the end of Lent, you’ll understand the awesome power, the incredible gift, that is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. This free studyby St. Paul Center begins on March 17, 2021 and will continue throughout the Lenten season.

A daily e-mail series from Loyola Pres delivering fresh reflections based on the Scriptures of Lent. Each day’s message includes a quotation from the day’s Scripture readings and a brief reflection to spur meditation, prayer, and self-examination. The messages also include suggestions for further exploration of Lenten themes through additional online articles and prayers.

We are called to prayer, fasting and almsgiving. But in this time of pandemic, how can we make Lent more meaningful? Starting Feb. 17, Ash Wednesday, friars will share reflections, readings and prayers in Our Journey through Lent, a three-part series of video presentations hosted by Br. Al Mascia.

Joe Paprocki, National Consultant for Faith Formation at Loyola Press, provides simple answers to frequently asked questions about Lent.

A variety of recipes especially for the Lenten Season from Catholic Cuisine.

Suggestions from our Holy Father to help you get more out of Lent.

40 simple Lenten activities for children or those young at heart.

A Lenten calendar from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops including daily reflections.

Suggested links from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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