Tag Archive: Lent

Brady the Worm: A Lenten Fable

“Once upon a time there was a worm named Brady…”

The Start of Russia’s Long Lent: An Appreciation of Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s “The Red Wheel”

“The great Russian novelist Alexander Solzhenitsyn offers a profound and powerful meditation on the rise of the Bolsheviks in ‘The Red Wheel’…”

A Thorn

“A thorn, I asked—one from His crown…”

Happiness and Resolution: Lent as a Reset Button

“How can Lent become a spiritual reset button? Well, instead of merely abstaining from chocolate and meat and saying a few extra prayers, I decided to use Lent as a time to reevaluate my spiritual life.”

Kingdom Come: Five Spiritual Exercises for Lent

“Reflect upon how you yourself are going to reflect God’s love in your own life, to bring His ‘Kingdom Come’…”

Oh, White Lady: Faith as a Struggle

Read this intimate testimony by Bradley J. Birzer about his return to Catholicism through Marian Devotion.

What the Donkey Saw

“What was His Name? Ah, yes: Jesus. From Nazareth. It was all coming back to Avi now…He healed the sick and cleansed the lepers. He fed the poor and forgave sinners…” (Rated: G)

The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved: Part 2

After Jesus is taken prisoner in the Garden of Gethsemane, the disciples John and Peter follow after him to see if they can find out what will befall their master.

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