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Ignatius Spirituality Centre (ISC) Glasgow

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Each day of Lent The Ignatian Spirituality Centre (ISC) in Glasgow is  offering Bible readings, poems and other material for you to pray in your own home.

The material offered takes the shape of St Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises.

 

Retreats are asked to sign up on line (www.lentretreat.uk)  if they wish to complete the retreat which is free.

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The ISC also suggest that those  praying with material might like to meet weekly to  introduce some of the themes of the retreat, share your journey  and help you with your prayer.

This is not compulsory for the retreat but would help people  get much more out of it.  If you want to join a local  group contact  www.lentretreat.uk  directly.

Visit the website to view the material and sign up at www.lentretreat.uk

 

Let it be done unto me according to your word

“Mary once gave us the Saviour of the world, today she helps us to be filled with the Spirit of God”

5  CAFE (Catholic Faith Exploration) videos on the life of Mary held in the parish room at St Peter’s during Lent .  Dates and times to follow

View the trailer to the series

Pray as you go: pray-as-you-go.org

Pray as you go is a daily prayer session, designed to go with you wherever you go, to help you pray whenever you find time, but particularly whilst travelling to and from work, study, etc.

A new prayer session is produced every day of the working week and one session for the weekend.  It is not a ‘Thought for the Day’, a sermon or a bible-study, but rather a framework for your own prayer.

Lasting between ten and thirteen minutes, it combines music, scripture and some questions for reflection.

Our aim is to help you to:

  • become more aware of God’s presence in your life
  • listen to and reflect on God’s word
  • grow in your relationship with God

It is produced by Jesuit Media Initiatives, with material written by a number of Jesuits, both in Britain and further afield, and other experts in the spirituality of St Ignatius of Loyola. Although the content is different every day, it keeps to the same basic format.

App for your phone

If you enjoy our daily reflections and extra prayer resources, you can take these everywhere you go with our app! Available for both Android and iOS devices, you can follow the daily prayers, join in with our seasonal retreats and prepare for prayer with breathing exercises.

Pray as you go longer retreats

 

Loyola PressResources for your journey in Lent

 

Ash Wednesday
As Catholics around the world gather for Mass and prayer services on Ash Wednesday, we are bonded by the physical and spiritual connection we share as followers of Jesus. Use the resources on this page to further your knowledge and appreciation of the sacred rituals of Ash Wednesday.

Biblical Roots of Ash Wednesday: Talk by Dr Brad Pitre

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Living Lent Daily features prayers, thoughts and more each day to inspire you throughout your Lenten journey. A new article will become available daily throughout Lent. View past days by selecting their image in the scrolling bar above

The Seven Last Words As Jesus hung on the cross, he uttered seven last words of great meaning to those who contemplate his passion and death.

Stations of the Cross The Stations of the Cross is a Lenten devotion that offers witness to Jesus’ Passion and Death. At each station we use our senses and our imagination to reflect prayerfully upon Jesus’ suffering, Death, and Resurrection, and to simply experience the visual images to reflect on Christ’s love for us.  Version for adults and children.

Stations of the Cross from St Peter’s

Lent Videos and articles.  Lent is a time to strengthen our spirit and nourish our souls as we prepare for Jesus’ Passion, Death, and Resurrection. The videos below illustrate the spiritual power of Lent and answer common questions about the season.

Pray with the 7 Penitential Psalms and the Songs of the Suffering Servant. 

Lent Prayer with Lectio Divina  (United States Catholic Bishops’ Conference)

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Arts & Faith Enter into a visual prayer experience this Lent with Arts & Faith: Lent. Each week we’ll provide a video commentary about a work of art inspired by the Sunday Scriptures. Use these videos to take a new look at this season of spiritual renewal through the lens of sacred art.

Books for Lent Make the most of your Lenten experience with seasonal books.

ignatianspirituality.com provides many more lent resources.

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The Ignatian Workout for Lent:
An Online Retreat

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This Lent, become a spiritual athlete and join Tim for The Ignatian Workout for Lent. Each Monday he’ll share audio reflections accompanied by suggestions for prayer and action. Based on the book of the same name, the online retreat begins the week of Ash Wednesday and continues through Easter Week.

Retreat Introduction
Ash Wednesday
First Week of Lent
Second Week of Lent
Third Week of Lent
Fourth Week of Lent
Fifth Week of Lent
Holy Week
Easter Week
Retreat Conclusion

St Paul’s Centre for Biblical Theology

Lent 2018 · Free Streaming bible studies

Watch The Bible and the Sacraments or The Bible and the Virgin Mary
 for free this Lent.

Holy Week

Holy means “set apart.” Christians set apart an entire week – Holy Week – to recall the events surrounding the suffering, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus. Find information and activities for Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday.

Imaginative conversations for Holy Week

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