Prayer, Evangelization, & Stewardship

LENT 2022

Lent & Easter 2022

 

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Lenten Video Series -

During Lent of 2021, Blessed Trinity Parish presented a seven-part Lenten Video Series. These brief 5-8 minutes talks focus on various Lenten practices such as Ash Wednesday, Fasting, Alms, Prayer – and more! Musical accompaniment is provided by members of our music ministry. 


Other Lent Resources: 

Holy Week Resources:

Holy week resources doc:

Holy Week and Easter Movies document:

A Lenten Journey for Families

Faith Formation Suggested Activities for Lent

We have compiled many resources on prayer, crafts, activities, etc. to help you observe Lent with your families. Please remember that this is not a list of items that you have to complete.  These are some ideas to help you observe Lent as a family.  

Another resource that you may find useful (and may already be familiar with) is the Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl.  These are the cardboard "bowls" that we can pick up at church and use during Lent as part of our almsgiving.  The CRS website is a great resource for Lent, with many reflections, prayers, meatless recipes, and activities, and we encourage you to take a look at it.  


Triduum –

Holy Thursday (April 14), Good Friday (April 15) and the Easter Vigil (April 16) will all be celebrated at 7:00 p.m. each evening. These three evenings will take place at St. Catherine Church. 

Easter Sunday –

On Sunday April 17th, Masses will be at 7:00 a.m & 8:30 a.m. at St. Anne Church and 10:30 a.m. at St. Catherine Church.