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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 8pm & 12am ET
EP 2: The Trial of Jesus (Mark 14:43-65)
Airs Saturday, March 3rd at 8pm & 12am ET
EP 3: Peter Denies Jesus (Mark 14:66-15:20)
Airs Saturday, March 17th at 8pm & 12am ET
EP 4: The Crucifixion (Mark 15:21-47)
Airs Saturday, March 24th at 8pm & 12am 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.

   The schedule is subject to change

Papal Mass for Ash Wednesday – 2018

by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB
Ash Wednesday (Year B):
It Took Forty Days
1st Sunday of Lent (Year B):
The Ways of the Desert
2nd Sunday of Lent (Year B):
Moriah, Tabor and Calvary: Darkness Can Be Radiant
3rd Sunday of Lent (Year B):
A Burning Love for the Father's House - Feb 27
4th Sunday of Lent (Year B):
Nicodemus' Search for the 'Soul of Theology' - March 6
5th Sunday of Lent (Year B):
Gazing Upon the Face of Jesus - March 13
Palm Sunday (Year B):
The Passion of Jesus is Our Reason for Hope - March 20
Holy Thursday (Year B):
The Bare Facts and Bare Feet of the Last Supper - March 27
Good Friday (Year B):
Embracing the True Science of the Cross - March 28

Previous videos:

Ash Wednesday:
It Took Forty Days
1st Sunday of Lent:
The Ways of the Desert
2nd Sunday of Lent:
Tabor and Golgotha
3rd Sunday of Lent:
Lord, Give Me This Water...
4th Sunday of Lent:
The Man Born Blind
5th Sunday of Lent:
Lord, If Only You Had Been There
Palm Sunday:
Why this Week is Different
Holy Thursday:
When We Eat this Bread...
Holy Friday:
From the Cross...
Holy Saturday:
The Beauty of the Resurrection
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