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Lent with the Saints: Leonard of Port Maurice

Numbers 21:4–9; Psalm 102:2–3, 16–18, 19–21; John 8:21–30
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Lent with the Saints: Margaret of Cortona

Daniel 13:1–9, 15–17, 19–30, 33–62; Psalm 23:1–3a, 3b–4, 5, 6; John 8:1–11
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Lent with the Saints: Jeremiah

Year A: Ezekiel 37:12–14; Psalm 130:1–2, 3–4, 5–6, 7–8; Romans 8:8–11; John 11:1–45 Year B: Jeremiah 31:31–34; Psalm 51: 3–4, 12–13, 14–15; Hebrews 5:7–9; John 12:20–33 Year C: Isaiah 43:16–21; Psalm 126:1–2a, 2b–3, 4–5, 6; Philippians 3:8–14; John 8:1–11
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Lent with the Saints: Teresa of Avila

Jeremiah 11;18–20; Psalm 7:2–3, 9bc–10, 11–12; John 7:40–53
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A Friar on the Power of Hope

COVID-19 continues to dominate the news. Many have surely felt hopeless in the face of this pandemic. And the loss of hope is a terrible thing. It can be lethal. But for most of us, a deficiency of it shows itself in more subtle ways: discouragement, putting our trust in everything but God, or focusing too much on the negative in the world. But hope is alive. We have to believe that.
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Lent with the Saints: Ignatius of Loyola

Wisdom 2:1a, 12–22; Psalm 34:17–18, 19–20, 21, 23; John 7:1–2, 10, 25–30
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Lent with the Saints: Anthony of Padua

Exodus 32:7–14; Psalm 106:19–20, 21–22, 23; John 5:31–47
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Lent with the Saints: Gianna Beretta Molla

Isaiah 49:8–15; Psalm 145:8–9, 13cd–14, 17–18; John 5:17–30
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Pathways of Prayer

Sometimes, during prayer, we feel as if our litanies to God fall on deaf ears. But God is out there—as well as inside us—beaming forth love, goodness and inspiration. But it’s lost on us because we fail to pray, to tune in or open ourselves to God’s loving presence.
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Lent with the Saints: Ezekiel

Ezekiel 47:1–9, 12; Psalm 46:2–3, 5–6, 8–9; John 5:1–3a, 5–16
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