Some Videos To Watch As Lent Begins

Some Videos To Watch As Lent Begins February 23, 2023

Welcome to Lent 2023

It’s time to Return to another holy season.

Pope Francis@Pontifex (Feb 22, 2023) Dear brothers and sisters, may the Holy Spirit sustain us this #Lent2023 in our ascent with Jesus. May we experience His divine splendour and thus, confirmed in faith, persevere in our journey with Him, the glory of His people and light of the nations. Lent 2023: Lenten Penance and the Synodal Journey | Francis (

Return: Lent with Fr. John Burns – YouTube

The Simple Catholic@simplecatholic1 (Feb 22, 2023)

Happy Ash Wednesday! Here is a meme I created, a few years ago, related to Lent.


To help fuel your spiritual juices, here are some Lenten themed videos to start you up.
Revisit some of them and check out new videos from the same folks as Lent marches on.

What Type of Lenten Catholic are you?

A comedic look from TV’s funniest priests showcasing
the real need to detach from things in this life.

Bishop Thomas Tobin@ThomasJTobin1(February 23,, 2023) The Word of God offers an important exhortation today at the very beginning of Lent and surely for our times: “I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse. Choose life, then, that you and your descendants may live.” (Dt 30:19)

Fr Mark-Mary helps us learn about how to lose Control this Lent.

Into The Desert (Lent 2023) – YouTube

Bishop Barron shares his words of wisdom at the beginning of Lent.

Fr. Casey Cole’s advice for not giving up anything for Lent.

We must carry our cross this Lent.

But this one is important for all those involved with the struggle.

Fr. Mike really has a monopoly on inspirational Lenten videos.
We often hear about fasting and prayer but not about the  alms were supposed to stretch out to others.
Once again Fr. Mike has some more wisdom to dispense.

Want some deep spiritual music to help you hum along to God’s plan during this holy season?
Come and immerse yourself in St. Michael’s Abbey.

For those looking for some alternatives to meat this Lent.

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