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The Passion According to St. Mark
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February 14 - Ash Wednesday
Papal Mass for Ash Wednesday
LIVE
10:30am ET / 7:30am PT
repeat 8:30 pm ET/5:30 pm PT in English and 1 pm ET 10 am PT French



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Papal Mass for Ash Wednesday

Reflections
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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Moriah, Tabor, Calvary: Darkness can be Radiant
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Second Sunday of Lent, Year B – February 25th, 2018 Moriah. Sinai. Nebo. Carmel. Horeb. Gilboa. Gerizim. Mount of Beatitudes. Tabor. Hermon. Zion. Mount of Olives. Calvary. Golgotha. Mountains are often used in the Bible as the stages of important encounters between God and his people. Though ...read more
Deacon-structing Lent: Our Baptismal Promise
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When you think of Lent, what do you think of? Do you think of feasting or fasting? Do you think of partying or penance? It’s true that Lent is a penitential season, but do you know that the word “Lent” comes from the old English word, lencten which means “springtime”? It comes from th ...read more
The Ways of the Desert
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Reflection for First Sunday of Lent Year B by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB This lent, Salt and Light brings you Lenten Reflections from Fr. Thomas Rosica who is the CEO of Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation. This reflection is dedicated to the First Sunday of Lent, Year B.   For Full Tex Click ...read more
Fr. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B gives his Daily Mass dedicated to the beginning of Lent. Full video and Homily. ...read more
My Personal Journey Through Lent
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Read 'My Personal Journey Through Lent', A Lenten Reflection written by Rosina Di Felice on her personal experiences and goals for this Lenten Season. ...read more
The Pope led the annual Ash-Wednesday ceremonies with a traditional procession that started at the Basilica of St. Anselm, through the streets of Rome and ended at the nearby St. Sabina marking the beginning Lent, the 40 days of preparation for Holy Week. ...read more
Pope Francis’ Homily For Ash Wednesday Mass [Full Text  + Video]
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The season of Lent is a favourable time to remedy the dissonant chords of our Christian life and to receive the ever new, joyful and hope-filled proclamation of the Lord’s Passover. ...read more
It Took 40 Days…
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Ash Wednesday Video Reflection by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB 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 brings you Lenten Reflections from Fr. Th ...read more
First Sunday of Lent, Year B – February 18th, 2018 Does anyone really look forward to Lent? What is it about Lent that excites us? What aspects of the Lenten journey test us? The Scriptural readings for this season are carefully chosen so as to replay salvation history before our very eyes. Le ...read more
Biblical Reflection for Ash Wednesday – February 14th, 2018 On Ash Wednesday the Church begins her great Lenten journey with Jesus on the road to Jerusalem. For centuries, Lent has been a very intense spiritual journey and experience for the followers of Jesus Christ. Why are there 40 days in ...read more
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