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Resources for Lent and Easter Season

Liturgical Calendar - Seasons of Lent and Easter (links to Women for Faith & Family web site)

The Veneration of the Cross — The Reproaches, March 2010

Gospel Readings in Lent: Who Reads What -- and When?, March 2008

When "Strangers and Silent Spectators" Plan the Liturgy -- Catholic rituals should be "transformative" to meet peoples' needs, liturgy expert says; proposes innovations for Lent and Holy Week liturgies -- by Susan Benofy (April 2003)

Congregation for Divine Worship Responds on Holy Water, Kneeling -- Responses by Congregation for Divine Worship on Holy Water, Kneeling (April 2003)

The Seder Supper for Christians - reprint from the Women for Faith and Family's Family Sourcebook for Lent and Easter.

Letters to the Editor about Washing Feet and Veiling statues - (March 2003)

Blue for Advent? -Instruction on approved liturgical vestment colors from the Institutio Generalis Missalis Romani (2002).

Ash Wednesday and the Lenten Fast (AB February 2001)

What Color is Lent? Why Genuflect? (AB March 1997)

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2002

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2003

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2004 (Vatican website)

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2005 (Vatican website)

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2006 (Vatican website)

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2007 (Vatican website)

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2008 (Vatican website)

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2009 (Vatican website)

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2010

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2011(Vatican website)

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2012(Vatican website)

Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2013(Vatican website)


Pope John Paul II Misericordia Dei - Apostolic Letter (April 7, 2002)

Paschalis Sollemnitatis - Circular Letter Concerning the Preparation and Celebration of the Easter Feasts - Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments (January 16, 1988)

First Confession and First Communion: Documents from the Holy See clarifying the obligation of administering First Confession before First Communion to end errors and abuses of sacramental discipline. (dated 1910-2004)

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