Are you looking for resources to enrich your Lenten journey? We are pleased to share several resources from our colleagues working for peace and justice:
-The Justice for Immigrants Campaign has produced a toolkit entitled Immigration Reform: Your Lenten Promise, inviting you to pray, fast, learn, give and advocate for just and humane immigration reform, in solidarity with immigrants and refugees.
-Focusing on climate change during Lent? In anticipation of Pope Francis’ upcoming encyclical on care for creation and the environment, Ignatian Solidarity Network has released Renewing the Face of the Earth, a Lenten reflection series on protecting God’s creation and fighting climate change. Sign up for daily updates on the website! In addition, the Global Catholic Climate Movement has organized a fast for climate justice during Lent 2015. Catholics from more than 45 countries will fast from food or activities that produce carbon dioxide during each of the 40 days of Lent. The U.S. fasting date is set for March 16.
-Pax Christi USA has set up a special webpage for Lenten reflections, prayers, and resources. Visit the webpage to sign up for weekly Lenten reflections!
-Catholic Relief Services is celebrating the 40th year of Rice Bowl, a faith-in-action Lenten program dedicated to changing the lives of the poor through fasting, prayer and almsgiving. Visit the CRS Rice Bowl site to participate in the program. You can download the app, watch the new videos on “What is Lent?”, and view simple meatless international recipes to cook during Lent as part of the program.
-USCCB encourages U.S. Catholics to pray, fast, and give during Lent. Lenten resources are listed on their website, including Pope Francis’ Lenten message and a special Lenten calendar.
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