Lenten resources

Today I received a nifty little pamphlet, Forty Days of Good Deeds, from the Dominican Shrine of St. Jude Thaddeus in Chicago.  What a fun activity this will make!  I wish I’d done this with my first-grade CCE class three years ago.


Journaling ideas

First, choose your paper— size, color, texture, ruled or unruled— or do something truly unique and personal.  Lots of ideas come to mind.  Customizing will optimize ownership.  Then embellish with flowers cut from magazines, photos, drawings, or—

Oh, my gosh!  Think of the possibilities!  What a great way to mini-journal one’s trek through the Lenten season!

This ranks right up there with Segy’s book of everyday miracles— the journal I’ve been keeping for the youngest of our four kids, our grump, a self-proclaimed “cynic, thanks to my sixth-grade teachers.”

Links of interest…  16 suggestions…  Catholic: culture / digest / mom…  Dominican Shrine of St. Jude…  Easter: celebrating / customs / ecards…  Explore faith…  Father Greg…  For kids: activities (more) / devotions / explaining the season / for kids / games (more) / holy week / observances / prayer: chain & pots / resources (more) / six fun craftssongs / stations: for families & printables / talking to kids (more) / traditions & rituals…  How to Lent with kids…  Lent: 40 ideas for 40 days (more) / about (more) / ashes / books (more) / calendar / call to conversion / called to be saints / cross / customs / days of penance / fasting / first four days / history / in two minutes (YouTube) / meditations (more) / overview / prayers / praying / recipes (more) / reflections (more) / search results / season / this time / this year / toward the light (videos)…  Special days: Shrove Tuesday / Ash Wednesday (more) / Palm Sunday & Holy Week: Thursday
(more) / Friday / Saturday (more)…

WP posts…  Bearing one’s crosses…   Connected tangents…  Growing pains…  Lenten meditations…  Lenten reflections…  Prayerful messages…  Prayerful ways…  Revisiting St. Simon…  Seven dwelling places…  Sweet Jesus…  Two letters…  Two prompt replies…  Venerable Margaret

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