Lenten Resources 2020
Although this Lent is like no other we have known, we can still prepare ourselves for Easter with these virtual Jesuit and Ignatian resources to enrich the experience. While reflecting on Jesus' life and death, you may also deepen the journey by challenging yourself in the food waste challenge, commiting to daily readings and prayers, expanding knowledge of the world and humanitarian issues, or joining an online Ignatian Adventure.
Join the Ignatian Solidarity Network in a journey of Radical Hope with daily reflections from guest contributors spanning the Ignatian family in the U.S.
The Jesuit Conference of Canada and the U.S. is hosting an online Lenten Book Club. They are reading Graham Greene’s 1940 novel "The Power and the Glory," the story of an unnamed priest who secretly serves Catholics in Mexico after a state governor has declared the faith illegal. The priest is a broken, gluttonous, deeply sinful man searching for grace. Join in the conversation.
Challenge yourself by joining the Food Waste Fast this Lent. As part of the Ignatian Carbon Challenge, Ignatian Solidarity Network has challenged us all to join in the "fast" as we share in the 'Care for Our Common Home.'
Take the online, adapted spirtual retreat from IgnatianSpirituality.com as preparation for Easter. The eight-week schedule is great timing for a Lenten retreat at your own pace.
Sign up for daily emails from Loyola Press featuring reflections on Bible verses from guest authors.
There are also Lenten Daily Video Reflections from the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus, Return to Me: Lenten Reflections from Holy Cross, Praying Lent from Creighton Online Ministries, a Virtual Lenten Tour of Jordan, and and many more resources!
If you would like your Lenten resource added to our website, please contact Kristina Tadeo.