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Now that we’ve passed the halfway mark, Lent seems to be speeding by quickly. Next Sunday is Palm Sunday and I know that Holy Week always seems to pass quickly with Easter arriving before you know it.
Reflecting on Week 4 of Lent 2019
You’ve heard that the failure to plan is a plan to fail (or something similar?)
That’s how I feel about attending daily Mass.
My goal is to set the alarm and make it to daily Mass at least ONE day this week.
In our house, there is also a push to complete catechesis for the younger two boys who are receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation this May.
Finally, it is the last week where the church we attend in Colorado (St. Mary Parish Littleton) has a Fish Fry. We are planning to support the Knights of Columbus at the dinner and stay for Stations of the Cross. It is the first week I haven’t had to work on a Friday evening.
40 Days of Seeking Him Sampler
If you have been reading the blog for a while, then you might recall that this link up started in 2011 as a daily one. I didn’t always participate but have made an effort to do it as often as possible. We switched to a weekly link up format which means at least one anchor post per week here.
I decided to pull together a ‘sampler’ as a free ebook to subscribers. If you are already a subscriber, just open up a recent weekly newsletter and click over to the appropriate “subscriber only” page.
If you are not currently a subscriber, you can get your copy when you sign up.
40 Days of Seeking Him 2019 Week One Link Up
The linky will be up each week so you can add in posts daily, weekly, or whenever you are able.
The posts can be about anything related to Lent and preparations for Easter. This includes crafts, food, devotions, music or reflections.
I hope that my readers will join us on the journey through Lent as we seek to grow closer to Christ. Christian bloggers are welcome to join us in the weekly link up with posts that they are writing to showcase activities or reflections taken during this Lenten journey.
We are expanding the platform for this meme to include a 40 Days of Seeking Him Pinterest board for submitted posts and a Facebook group. I hope that you’ll check out the Pinterest board and join us on Facebook, too, as we seek to grow closer to Christ.