LENT 2014

Starting on Wednesday March 5th we begin our annual Lenten season of 40 days leading up to the great Feast of Easter. This year the Readings are from Cycle A .

Below are some resources for personal and group use, together with class and assembly materials.

LENTEN MESSAGE POPE FRANCIS

PARABLES and POSSESSIONS  –   Lent Course –  Churches Together

THE CROSS PRAYER

LENTEN SUNDAY GOSPELS AND REFLECTIONS  2014 (Inter Diocesan Resource)

2014  LENTEN SUNDAY GOSPELS with reflections and discussion questions  (Senior Rel Ed Classes)

ASH WEDNESDAY PRAYER

School Liturgy for the DISTRIBUTION OF ASHES 

STARTING THE LENTEN SEASON

A LENTEN REFLECTION

AN APPROACH TO LENT   PPT

MARY TAKES US THROUGH THE STATIONS OF THE CROSS

Year Group Reconciliation ( Service with Sacrament of Reconciliation)

Stations of the Cross

TROCAIRE RESOURCES FOR 2014.

FOCUS THIS YEAR ON WATER IN DEVELOPING WORLD

Trócaire - Lent 2014.

infographic Trocaire 2014

post-primary-re-resource-MAKE EVERY DROP COUNT


Our World, Our Water – Animation for schools from Trocaire on Vimeo

ARMAGH DIOCESAN TROCAIRE MINI FILM COMPETITION.

MAKE YOUR OWN SCHOOL VIDEO ON THIS YEAR’S THEME  ON WATER AND ITS IMPORTANCE.

FOR DETAILS DOWNLOAD THIS PDF FILE

ARMAGH TRÓCAIRE FILM COMPETITION

Some LENT RESOURCES on the http://www.religionteacher.com website. Includes this video

You can download a 2 page worksheet on this video from their website entitled

http://www.thereligionteacher.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/ash-wednesday-worksheets.pdf

ASH WEDNESDAY AND LENT IN 2 MINUTES VIDEO

SEASON OF LENT REFLECTION VIDEO

PRAYING THE JESUS PRAYER:      THE JESUS PRAYER MEDITATION

STILLNESS – MEDITATION, PRAYER WORSHIP PRACTICAL GUIDE TO MEDITATIVE PRAYER

lentposter2014

Short-Term Pledge Prayer

I promise in honour of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and with the help of the Blessed Virgin Mary to abstain from all intoxicating drink until ………….

Rules

1. To abstain from all intoxicating drink for the period for which the pledge is taken. (This rule prohibits the use of all alcoholic drinks.)
2. To repeat the pledge twice daily
5. To wear the badge publicly

It’s constancy that counts with God.

— Venerable Matt Talbot

See more at:

Ash Wednesday Worksheet: From Ashes Wednesday to Easter
Ash Wednesday Lesson Plan

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