Living Lent 2022
People & Planet First - Share Lent
The Fifth Sunday of Lent is known as Solidarity Sunday and the annual Share Lent collection. Donations envelopes can be found at all entrances of the church. Resources and ways to donate can be found on the Development and Peace Caritas Canada website.
Bishop Fabbro recorded a video encouraging your support of the annual Share Lent campaign from Development and Peace – Caritas Canada. You can watch the video here.
Stations of the Cross
A traditional Lenten devotion is the praying of the Stations of the Cross. As with all devotions, they are intended to be prayed individually or if circumstances allow, as a community.
Resources available to assist in praying the Stations of the Cross. Each week during Lent we will provide resources to pray at home individually or as a family.
Copies of Lenten reflection book entitled Drawn to the Cross by Henri Nouwen are available at the entrances of the church or parish office. Suggested donation is $2.00.
Family Faith Fun Kits - Lent & Holy Week Edition
Registration for the Diocese’ Young Adult and Family Ministry Lenten edition of Family Faith Fun Kits is available here.
This program will take the format of a passport, a ‘journey to the cross,’ with daily preparatory activities leading to Easter. The target audience is young people, and families.