Welcome to our Lenten Resource Page

Lent is a season of the church in which we are called to examine our spiritual lives and re-commit to our lifelong journey with Jesus. It is also a time of growth in anticipation of the great joy that awaits us at Easter.

As part of our commitment to enhancing your Lenten experience, we are delighted to offer you exclusive complimentary items when you visit our Columbarium. Immerse yourself in the spiritual journey with our Way of the Cross Booklet, foster mindfulness and good deeds with our Good Deed Beads, and commemorate Palm Sunday with Palaspas, all provided to you free of charge.

To learn more about each offering and how you can claim these special items, please click on the images below. May this Lenten season be a time of profound spiritual exploration and enrichment for you as we prepare for the celebration of Easter.

Way of the Cross
Good Deed Beads

What is Lent?

030320241155Lent is a 40 day season of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving that begins on Ash Wednesday and ends at sundown on Holy Thursday. It’s a period of preparation to celebrate the Lord’s Resurrection at Easter. During Lent, we seek the Lord in prayer by reading Sacred Scripture; we serve by giving alms; and we practice self-control through fasting. We are called not only to abstain from luxuries during Lent, but to a true inner conversion of heart as we seek to follow Christ’s will more faithfully. We recall the waters of baptism in which we were also baptized into Christ’s death, died to sin and evil, and began new life in Christ.

Many know of the tradition of abstaining from meat on Fridays during Lent, but we are also called to practice self-discipline and fast in other ways throughout the season. Contemplate the meaning and origins of the Lenten fasting tradition in this reflection. In addition, the giving of alms is one way to share God’s gifts—not only through the distribution of money, but through the sharing of our time and talents. As St. John Chrysostom reminds us: “Not to enable the poor to share in our goods is to steal from them and deprive them of life. The goods we possess are not ours, but theirs.” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, no. 2446).

In Lent, the baptized are called to renew their baptismal commitment as others prepare to be baptized through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, a period of learning and discernment for individuals who have declared their desire to become Catholics.

Source:  https://www.usccb.org/prayer-worship/liturgical-year/lent

Lenten Resources

Pray as You Go

(Jesuit Media)

Your Essential Guide to the Triduum

(Busted Halo)

Eighteen Questions on the Paschal Triduum


Lenten Stations of the Cross


Holy Week Activities

(Loyola Press)

Holy Week Resources for Families


Hallow Prayer App

(Word on Fire)

Way of the Cross Booklet

Lent is a time for introspection and spiritual renewal. Our Way of the Cross with St. Thérèse booklet offers a structured path for prayer and contemplation. Through meditations, prayers, and reflections inspired by St. Thérèse’s “Little Way,” discover how everyday moments can become opportunities for deep spiritual connection.


This beautiful booklet guides you through each of the 14 Stations of the Cross, the events of Jesus’ journey to his crucifixion. Follow in his footsteps,  fostering empathy, spiritual growth, and a renewed appreciation for the power of Christ’s love.

Good Deed Beads

Inspired by St. Thérèse’s belief in the transformative power of small acts, our Good Deed Beads bracelet helps you embody love in action throughout Lent. Each bead represents an act of kindness, a prayer offered, or a sacrifice made.


As you move the beads throughout your day, witness the visible reminder of your commitment to compassion and generosity. Let this bracelet serve as both an inspiration and a tool for cultivating a spirit of love during this season of reflection.



Palm Sunday marks an important moment in the Lent journey, recalling Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. Our blessed Palaspas are a traditional symbol of this day, reminding us of both the joy of the crowd’s welcome and the solemn path that lies ahead.


Carry your palaspas as you participate in Palm Sunday services and display it in your home. Let it serve as a constant reminder of Christ’s sacrifice, the promise of resurrection, and the hope that lies at the heart of the Easter celebration.