The Lenten Fast

Fasting is the most well-known of the Lenten disciplines because it is the one that we most often discuss, and the one we most often seem to approach rather trivially. Yet, it is one of the most beneficial of the spiritual disciplines because it teaches us the virtue of self-control as we learn to subjugate our bodies in order to focus on higher things, namely Jesus Christ and His Kingdom. This is the reason that fasting has been from the earliest days of the Church one of the most commonly practiced of the spiritual

Lenten Soup Nights

images (7)Lenten Soup Nights: Each Wednesday during Lent, we will begin with Holy Eucharist with a Penitential Office at 5:45 p.m. This will be followed at 6:30 p.m. with a soup and salad dinner in the parish hall. These meatless soup dinners are designed for us to come together as a parish family to support one another with our Lenten fasting. After dinner, there will be a Lenten Study entitled “The Seven Deadly Sins and the Cure of the Gospel.”