Too busy or too far away to join a serious and full-blown retreat this Holy Week?

All you need is to set aside about 45 minutes ANYTIME each day
on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, or Black Saturday—at your convenience.

Carve some time out of your usual routine the next three days for yourself and the Lord.

Lenten Questions about Life, Death, and Other Things in Between

This Online Holy Week Retreat is an opportunity for you
to pray not only over Scripture and Church teachings,
but also—and just as importantly—about your own life.

Dungeons are not exactly the first place we go to when we want to look for God.
We expect to find Him in churches and the other “holier” places of our lives.
But that’s what Lent tries to correct about our impressions of God.
In the mysteries of Lent, God enters precisely the “dungeons of our lives”
—the deepest, darkest experiences of human pain and suffering—
because He wants us to find Him there.

He invites us to join Him in praying over the dungeons of our lives.

Preparing for the Retreat…

Holy Thursday: The Dungeon of Betrayal

Good Friday: The Dungeon of Abandonment

Black Saturday: The Dungeon of Failure

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2 comments on “Lenten Questions about Life, Death, and Other Things in Between
  1. eshasharma says:

    “Difference between LIFE and TEACHER”
    Teacher teaches us firstly and then take test .
    but Life take exam firstly and teaches us.

  2. eshasharma says:

    i wanna some quotations about life in which life is compared with oyher things like life and teacher life and deathetc plz available me very son on my e mail id

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