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Lent 2018

"When we focus our attention on becoming the-best-version-of-ourselves, our lives are flooded with energy, enthusiasm, and a real and sustainable joy." --Matthew Kelly, author of Rediscover Jesus: An Invitation

ASH WEDNESDAY MASSES: Wednesday, February 14

  • 7:30AM | Immaculate Conception Church
  • 12:10PM | MLK Catholic Student Center (SU Campus)
  • 7PM | Immaculate Conception


DAILY MASSES: MLK Catholic Student Center (SU Campus)

  • 12:10PM | Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays   NOTE: Adoration and Benediction following Tuesday 12:10PM Masses
  • 7:30AM | Tuesdays, Fridays



  • Bible Study | Mondays, 7PM (Parish Activity Center)
  • Rosary | Wednesdays, 5PM (Ministry Building)
  • Stations of the Cross | Fridays, 6PM (Immaculate Conception Church)





What is Lent? This 3-minute YouTube video gives you a succinct overview of an understanding about Lent: reflection, prayer, sacrifice and penance.

Another Look at Lenten Fasting examines the spiritual discipline of developing self-control during your 40-day Lenten journey.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops "Lent summons us, and enables us, to come back to the Lord wholeheartedly and in every aspect of our life." --Pope Francis on Lent

The article, "What a Monday Evening Taught Me about Lent", identifies how the honest, personal and spiritual awareness of self-renewal will help you become the best-version-of-yourself.

Lent Activities for Children Lent is a wonderful season during our liturgical year to share the concepts of prayer, fasting and almsgiving with our children.

Lent Activities for Young Adults Instead of "giving up something" for Lent, how about "putting something in" that will take hold and stay with you for the rest of your life?

Break Forth: A Daily Lenten Call to Solidarity offers daily Lenten meditations with a focus on social justice.

Best Lent Ever is a free email program by Dynamic Catholic that will guide you on an incredible 40-day journey to become the best version of yourself -- making this a truly life-changing Lent.

Utilize the unique media resource -- Busted Halo -- to understand your Catholic faith better, to put your Catholic faith into practice in your everyday life, and to share your Catholic faith with others.

The Ignatian Spirituality for Lent is a set of resources to guide you to pray during Lent in the spirit of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).

Three Minute Retreat invites you to take a short prayer break right at your computer. Spend some quiet time during your busy day to reflect on a Scripture passage at your own pace.

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross

Prayers during Lent: Ash Wednesday, Lenten Sundays and Holy Week