Ash Wednesday is on February 22, 2023
Parents with teen and young children - Check out the tips, activities, and information about Lent from OSV's Teaching Catholic Kids
Free downloadable Lent paper chain from Shining Light Dolls - https://shininglightdolls.com/collections/free-digital-downloads
Want to learn more about St. Clare of Assisi this Lent? - Pick up one of our Lenten booklets after Masses this weekend and/or subscribe to Lent with St. Clare Reflections.
Article: How to give up hurrying for Lent
Almsgiving Ideas (Contact Cheryl Hentz for details on each of these activities):
Sign up to bring lunch to Habitat for Humanity builders.
Do a school, work, or neighborhood diapers and diaper wipes drive.
Buy items for move in baskets for Veterans.
Do a mini food drive at school, work, or in your neighborhood for our Hunger Action Ministry's March 26 Lenten Food Drive.
Way too many amazing Lent resources from Busted Halo! Go to their site and check them out. They have Lent calendars, photo challenges (don't won't to post to social media? Do it with friends and family!), Stations of the Cross, Lent retreat, Confession guide, ideas what to do for Lent, and SO MUCH MORE!
Lent Activities for ages and stages from Catholic Apostolate Center:
For ages 3 to 11
For ages 12 to 19
For ages 18 to 35