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Lent Isn't Over!

(Palm Sunday – April 1)

With the completion of Laetare Sunday this week, we are on the backside of Lent but there are still over two weeks to go before Easter!

If you haven't been doing the spiritual “body-building” you need to do during the season, you can still renew your efforts for the next two weeks.

Here are some suggestions for same-day shipping on Lenten reading. Go ahead and take 15% off of our Lenten Overstock:

The Dolorous Passion

Sister Emmerich's account of the Passion and Death of Our Lord Jesus Christ, while faithful to the Bible, is heart-rending, edifying and surprising because of its intimate detail. Based on the visions of this great mystic, The Dolorous Passion recounts in incredible detail the horrendous sufferings undergone by our Saviour in His (it would seem) superhumanly heroic act of Redemption. Illuminating in its description of Mary's participation in the sufferings of her Son, this book gives the reader a poignant understanding of why Our Lady is sometimes called our “Co-Redemptrix.” The Dolorous Passion is a singular book that conveys a lasting impression of the terrible agony of Our Lord's sufferings for us. Here is a book that will melt a heart of stone!

The Little Black (and White) Books

Daily, quick meditations for the Lent and Easter


Be sure to order the Little White Book now so you have it in time for Easter!

This popular series is a wonderful way to spend each day of the Lent and Easter seasons deeper in prayer.

Each day provides you with words from the saint or notable, a Scripture passage, a short reflection, and an action that will aid you in discerning God's will in your life. The series includes Fulton Sheen, G.K. Chesterton, St. Benedict, St. Ignatius, Blessed John Paul II, St. Alphonsus, and St. Francis and Clare.

Lent and Easter Wisdon With St. Ignatius

Take a journey through the holy season of Lent with St. Ignatius of Loyola. The wisdom of this great saint will deepen your passion for Christ. Fr. James Connor, S.J., offers a selection of readings from St. Ignatius, illuminated by Sacred Scripture and his own insight into Ignatian spirituality for the modern Christian.

Each day provides you with words from the saint, a Scripture passage, a short reflection, and an action that will aid you in discerning God's will in your life.

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  1. Please let me know when the The Parish Book of Chant is available. Thank you.

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