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Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine’s Day: It’s All About Love

BY CONNIE CLARK  Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day are on the same day this year, and you can blame the moon for that. But we’re...

A Family Together: Put Your Lent Face On

by Jean Larkin CLICK HERE to download a pdf of this activity.   Copyright 2016, Bayard, Inc. All rights reserved. This article is protected by United...

A Family Together: Three Lenten Practices

Wednesday, February 18, is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. During Lent we make extra efforts to follow Jesus as we remember the days leading up to his crucifixion and death. There are many ways to do this, but there are three special ways we do this. Begin with the first letter, indicated by the arrow, and write that letter and every other letter on the lines given as you go around the circle. Keep going until you’ve run out of letters. You will discover these three special ways you can celebrate Lent.

A Family Together: A Lenten Crossword

During Lent, Catholics and other Christians reflect on the last weeks of Jesus’ life on earth. We look at our own lives and make efforts to follow Jesus’ example even more closely.

A Family Together: During Lent, During Easter

Each season of the Church Year has its own meaning, mood, and message. In this activity, you will discover how or why we celebrate the seasons of Lent and Easter.

Heart Activity for St. Valentine’s Day

Many people don't realize how frequently the heart is mentioned in the Bible and the ways in which God teaches us about faith using that human organ. As catechists, we can experience deep and meaningful prayer in many of these references to the heart found in Scripture.

Walking With Jesus in Lent

by Jeanne Heiberg After a long drive home following a weekend workshop at beautiful Lake George, NY, I dropped friends off at a train...

Lenten Practices

A Family Together - February 2012

The Lord’s Prayer during Lent

I recently saw in an art exhibit a gentle landscape in which gold leaf or paint was worked into the clouds of the sky and the hills of the earth

A Lent-Easter Wreath

A Lent-Easter wreath can help students pray through Lent—the same way an Advent wreath helps students pray through Advent—and celebrate Easter.