February 18, 2008 - Volume 1, Number 4
Lent - Call to Conversion - Frequently Asked Questions
The Web site americancatholic.org offers has an extensive Frequently Asked Questions section focusing on Lent.
To read the answers to these and other questions, click here.
Liturgical Commission’s Web site - The Liturgical Commission’s Web site offers a large selection of articles on liturgy. To access some of these articles, click here.
The Lord Is My Shepherd: The 23rd Psalm - on the Web site beliefnet.com: in addition to a beautifully done audiovisual presentation you will find a study guide with questions to reflect on as you read the psalm.
Christian Clipart - The Christian Clipart section of Watton on the Web contains a collection of free Christian Clip Art. All of the clip art images available there can be freely used by anyone as long as it is for personal or church use. Many of the images are of high quality. To access this collection, click here.
The Web site Women for Faith & Family contains a section on the Lenten Season with useful information, suggestions of activities, prayers, and meditations. Read more...
Hauntingly beautiful icons and scenery blend wonderfully with the voices of the nuns of St. Elizabetha Monastery, Belorussia in this video presentation on the centuries-old prayer: "Lord,Jesus Christ, Son of God, have Mercy On Us, Sinners!" View the video presentation...
Ronald Rolheiser - Reflections for the Lenten Period
Ronald Rolheiser is a Roman Catholic priest, a member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, a speaker, a columnist and an author. For many years he has been writing a weekly column that is published in various Catholic newspapers and magazines. These columns are brief and easy to read and yet contain quite a bit of spiritual “meat” . For a listing of some of his columns focusing on themes particularly appropriate for the Lenten period, click here.