Thanks to quick work by some talented folks at Loyola Press, the recording of the Lent Webinar is now available for those of you who couldn’t join us live or who wish to view it again with some folks who might be able to benefit from it! You can access it by clicking on the tab above that says “Lenten Webinar” or just click here!
During last evening’s Lenten Webinar, I invited participants to share brief descriptions of some creative things they have done for Lent either for themselves or with a group they were teaching. SO MANY GREAT IDEAS! Thanks for sending them in. Enjoy perusing them! Lenten Webinar Participants Ideas
Thanks so much for participating in my Lenten Webinar! I enjoyed spending the time with you exploring the disciplines of Lent in a fresh new way. Along the way, I promised that I’d post some links here for your convenience. Here they are: Praying Lent Praying the Rosary Multimedia Stations of the Cross for Children Liturgy of the Hours Catholic Prayers for Catholic Families The Meal Box Radical Compassion Send me an email once a […]
Sounds like a good chunk of the country is in for some nasty weather Tuesday evening (Feb. 9). Why not stay home, stay warm and dry, and participate in my Lenten Webinar? 🙂 Facilitator: Joe Paprocki, DMin Brought to you by Loyola Press, A Jesuit Ministry Tuesday, February 9, 2010 7:15 – 8:00 pm (CST) We sometimes make Lent too complicated when, in reality, it calls us to do only three things: pray, fast, and […]
My Lenten Webinar is coming up in just a few days – Tuesday, February 9. Be sure to register and tell your friends about it too! Click here for more info.
My Lenten Webinar is only 11 days away! Hurry to register…it’s filling up fast! If you can’t participate live, there will be a recording made availabe here on my blog in the days following the live event. Have a great weekend! Facilitator: Joe Paprocki, DMin Brought to you by Loyola Press, A Jesuit Ministry Tuesday, February 9, 2010 7:15 – 8:00 pm (CST) We sometimes make Lent too complicated when, in reality, it calls us […]