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Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross

In these annual opportunities to connect your own story to the story of Jesus' passion, we will walk engage in a variety of experiences of the Stations of the Cross. March 4 will include peer reflections.

A Lenten Message from Lulu Santana
A Lenten Message from Lulu Santana

Everyone talks about giving things up or doing something more during Lent. Those are all great, but what if it's not about us?

What is Lent?
What is Lent?

What does it mean to fast? Should you give something up or do something more? Looking for ideas for a Lenten practice? Look no further! Thanks to Becca Davidson for creating this helpful and informative Lenten Resource.

Make a difference
Make a difference

For years Catholic Relief Services has been collecting money during Lent for its work in developing countries. Look for Rice Bowls at your service desk in your RLC -OR- Pick up a rice bowl in Campus Ministry or the Mission Church. Add your change to the box at the end of each day. Return it on Palm Sunday, March 29, as a check written out to “Santa Clara University.”

Protestant Lenten Group: Stations of the Cross
Protestant Lenten Group: Stations of the Cross

March 9, 7 to 9 p.m., Multifaith Sanctuary (St. Joseph's Hall)
We often experience the Stations of the Cross from a Catholic perspective. We will spend an evening learning about and reflecting on the Stations of the Cross from a Protestant perspective, followed by an experience of the Stations. You don't have to be Protestant to attend.
 

Pray for Your Peers
Pray for Your Peers

Please pray for Jon DeWald, who will be fully initiated in the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil.

Ignatian Solidarity Network's Lenten Prayer Series
Ignatian Solidarity Network's Lenten Prayer Series

Authors from around the world will offer short reflections from their experiences of caring for creation and the day’s mass readings. These daily reflections will examine our faith and how we practice environmental stewardship. From celebrating World Water Day on the Fifth Sunday of Lent, to questions of climate change, we hope this Lenten reflection series will deepen our commitment to our faith and the promotion of justice.

BustedHalo's Lent coverage
BustedHalo's Lent coverage

Busted Halo is an online magazine for spiritual seekers with a particular focus on Catholic spirituality. They have a great series during Lent that will allow you to reflect daily in a relevant way. Follow them on Twitter or follow our link straight to their website. You'll find information on Lent right there.

Easter Triduum Schedule
Easter Triduum Schedule

Holy Week is March 29 to April 4, 2015
Holy Thursday: Liturgy of the Last Supper, 8 p.m.
Good Friday: Celebration of the Lord’s Passion, 3 p.m.
Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil, 8:30 p.m.
Easter Sunday: Mass of the Resurrection, 9 a.m. & 11:30 a.m.

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