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Lenten Journey – Day 38 of 40: Friday of the Fifth Week of Lent

Statue of Padre Pio inside Saint Gerard Majella Roman Catholic Church in Paterson, NJ (Paterson Diocese).


Day 38 of 40: “Pray, hope, and don’t worry. Worry is useless. God is merciful and will hear your prayer.” –Padre Pio

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Lenten Journey – Day 35 of 40: Tuesday of the Fifth Week of Lent

Inside Holy Infancy Roman Catholic Church in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (Allentown Diocese).


Day 35 of 40: “Prayer is being on terms of friendship with God, frequently conversing in secret with Him who, we know, loves us.” –St. Teresa of Avila

Lenten Journey – Day 33 of 40: Sunday of the Fifth Week of Lent (Passion Sunday)


Day 33 of 40: “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” (John 1:5)

Lenten Journey – Day 29 of 40: Wednesday of the Fourth Week of Lent

Inside the Chapel of the Carmel of Mary Immaculate & Saint Mary Magdalen in Flemington, NJ.


Day 29 of 40: “The life of Jesus of Nazareth cannot be confined to a distant past but is crucial to our faith today.” -Pope Benedict XVI

Lenten Journey – Day 22 of 40: Wednesday of the Third Week of Lent

I was the Crucifer at the Mass for the Solemnity of Saint Joseph at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Newark, NJ.


Day 22 of 40: “How safe we are under the shadow of the Cross.” –Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton

How Will You Journey with Jesus into Lent featuring Brother Simon, CFR

Here’s a video I shot and edited of Brother Simon of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal at the Watchung Circle Waterfalls in Watchung, New Jersey. Here Brother reflects on his Lenten Journey for this year.

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“How To Read Your Way To Heaven” by Vicki Burbach gives you a thorough plan for in depth spiritual reading

I started following the 5 year reading plan laid out in Vicki Burbach’s new book, “How To Read Your Way To Heaven”. The plan guides you through reading both the Holy Bible & Catechism of the Catholic Church in their entirety along with 44 other Catholic books.

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