We are carrying special Lenten and Holy Week programming, brought to you by EWTN. See the schedule below and know that some programs may change.
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Lenten Reflections from the Basilica of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk, England
Week 3: Fr. Colin Mary Edwards, OFM Conv., of the Catholic National Shrine and Basilica of Our Lady of Walsingham, shares the theme of the third week of Lent, Our Lord’s cleansing of the temple.
Week 4: Mgr. Philip Moger, Rector of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, shares the theme of the fourth week of Lent, that of making new beginnings in the spiritual life and attempting to return God’s love as he deserves as our Creator, Redeemer and Sanctifier.
Week 5: Fr. Michael Rear of the Diocese of East Anglia shares the theme of the fifth Sunday of Lent, that the New Covenant has been inaugurated with the Passion, death and resurrection of Christ, open to gentiles as well as Jews. Jesus is the Savior of all mankind.
Week 6: Fr. John Delaney, OFM Conv. stationed at the National Shrine and Basilica of Our Lady of Walsingham, shares on Passion Sunday, giving an impassioned meditation on the Holy Face of Jesus as represented on Veronica’s Veil, especially evidenced in the revelations of Jesus to Sr. Mary of St. Peter, OCD.
Lent: A Season of Grace with Fr. Cedric Pisegna
Week 3: Fr. Cedric describes prayer as one of The Three Pillars of Lent, and explains how those who preserve in prayer will experience a deeper relationship with God.
Week 4: Fr. Cedric delves into the unique and powerful love God has for all of His children.
Week 5: Fr. Cedric reminds Catholics that even during life’s darkest moments, God has a plan that will ultimately reap grace.
Week 6: Fr. Cedric encourages Catholics to unite their sufferings to Jesus in order to know Him