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Journey through Lent towards Easter with Salt + Light TV
Ash Wednesday is one of the most important holy days in the Roman Catholic Church. It signifies the beginning of the Lenten season, a season of fasting, prayer and almsgiving. This lent, Salt and Light TV invites you to journey through Lent with us towards Easter.
February 24 - March 24 - Lectio Divina
The Passion According to St. Mark
EP 1: Passover and Gethsemane (Mark 14:12-42)
Airs Saturday, February 24th at 8 pm & 12 am ET
EP 2: The Trial of Jesus (Mark 14:43-65)
Airs Saturday, March 3rd at 8 pm & 12 am ET
EP 3: Peter Denies Jesus (Mark 14:66-15:20)
Airs Saturday, March 17th at 8 pm & 12 am ET
EP 4: The Crucifixion (Mark 15:21-47)
Airs Saturday, March 24th at 8 pm & 12 am ET

Cardinal Thomas Collins of Toronto focuses his signature Lectio Divina series on the Passion of Our Lord according to the Gospel of St. Mark, beginning with the Last Supper and concluding with the crucifixion. Join the faithful of the Archdiocese of Toronto as Cardinal Collins reflects on the suffering and death of Jesus.

Sunday March 25
Palm Sunday Mass from the Vatican
9 am ET / 6 am PT
repeat: 8 pm ET/5 pm PT & 9 pm PT and on Monday March 26 at 12 am ET

Thursday March 29
Chrism Mass from the Vatican
9 am ET / 6 am PT
repeat: 8 pm ET/5 pm PT & 9 pm PT and on Friday March 30 at 12 am ET

Thursday March 29
Mass of the Lord's Supper
2 pm ET / 11 am PT

Friday March 30
Celebration of the Lord’s Passion from the Vatican
9 am ET / 6 am PT
repeat 9:30 pm ET/6:30 pm PT

Friday March 30
Way of the Cross
1:15 pm ET / 10:15 am PT
repeat at 9:30pm PT and Saturday March 31 at 12:30 am ET

Saturday March 31
Easter Vigil
12:30 pm ET / 9:30 am PT
repeat at 9:30pm ET / 6:30 pm PT

Sunday April 1
Easter Sunday Mass and Urbi et Orbi Message
9 am ET / 6 am PT
repeat at 10:30pm ET / 7:30 pm PT

   The schedule is subject to change

Papal Mass for Ash Wednesday – 2018

by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB

Ash Wednesday
It Took 40 Days...

1st Sunday of Lent
The Ways of the Desert

2nd Sunday of Lent
Moriah, Tabor and Calvary: Darkness Can Be Radiant

3rd Sunday of Lent
A Burning Love for the Father's House

4th Sunday of Lent
Nicodemus' Search for the 'Soul of Theology'

5th Sunday of Lent
Gazing Upon the Face of Jesus

Palm Sunday
The Passion of Jesus is Our Reason for Hope

Holy Thursday
The Bare Facts and Bare Feet of the Last Supper

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Biblical Reflection for Palm Sunday – March 25th, 2018 The Passion, suffering, death and resurrection of the Lord are the very themes that unite us as a Christian people and a Church during Holy Week. This year on Palm Sunday, we listen attentively to Mark’s Passion story of Jesus’ ...read more
Fifth Sunday of Lent, Year B – March 18th, 2018 The Fifth Sunday of Lent (Year B) invites us to fix our gaze upon Jesus, the model priest of suffering, compassion and human solidarity. First, let us consider John’s Gospel story from Chapter 12 — a fitting climax to Jesus’ public ...read more
Deacon-structing Grace
A reflection for the 4th Sunday, Lent, Year B. The readings are 2 Chronicles 36:14-17a, 19-23; Psalm: 137, Ephesians 2:4-10 and John 3:14-21. Picture it: Nicodemus was a Pharisee and a religious leader; perhaps a member of the Jewish Council, the Sanhedrin. It’s the Feast of Passover and Jesus ...read more
Pope Francis’ Homily at Penitential Service <br> in St. Peter’s Basilica
At 5:00 this afternoon in the Vatican Basilica, Pope Francis presided over the Rite of Reconciliation of several penitents with individual confession and absolution. Below is the homily pronounced by the Holy Father during the Liturgy of the Word of today’s Penitential celebration. ...read more
Like a drop in the Ocean: A Lenten Reflection on Almsgiving
Every one of us, in a small way, can make a difference in someone else’s life. Read a short reflection on the importance of Almsgiving during the Lenten Season. ...read more
Fourth Sunday of Lent, Year B – March 11th, 2018 The Gospel for the Fourth Sunday of Lent (Year B) features a nocturnal conversation between two important religious teachers: on the one hand a notable “teacher of Israel” named Nicodemus, and on the other, Jesus whom this Nicodemus ...read more
Deacon-structing the Cross part 2: Making the Sign
If you’re Catholic you do it all the time. If you’re not Catholic, you probably have noticed us making this sign: right hand to our forehead, then down to our chest, then over to the left shoulder and ending with the right shoulder as we say the words: “In the name of the Father, t ...read more
"A Burning Love for the Father's House" is a Video Reflection for Third Sunday of Lent Year B by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB. ...read more
Join us in prayer for the intentions entrusted to us by Pope Francis. For March 2018, we join the Holy Father in praying for: Formation in Spiritual Discernment. ...read more
Emilie Callan talks to us about some basic themes of Lent in our short series, 'Lenten Minutes." The first episode '40 Days' explains the significance of the number '40' by using several biblical examples. ...read more
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