Home » Worship/Sacraments » Our Faith » Liturgical Celebrations » Lent


Lent is our time of preparation.

During these 40 days, we ponder what it means to “give up, take up and lift up.” Using the spiritual practices of prayer, fasting and almsgiving, we deepen our relationship with Christ and discern where God is working in our lives.

Resources for 2021

Lent StationsOfTheCross 2018Stations of the Cross - We have audio recordings of the Stations of the Cross and a prayer guide that you can download to follow along.

Lent Confession 2018How to Make a Good Confession Infographic - Includes illustrated steps on how to make a good confession and simple explanations of the Examination of Conscience and Act of Contrition. It's a great resource for parents to use with their children.

top LentenReflections

Take a Lenten Journey with us. Throughout the season of Lent, reflections on the Sunday readings and a variety of resources will be posted on the diocesan website. You are invited to enter into prayer, do acts of mercy and fast in union with other disciples of Jesus Christ – as a family, a household, a parish, a community, a diocese and a universal Church. Together let us recommit ourselves to doing justice, loving tenderly and walking humbly with our God.

Lent LentenFasting 2018Lenten Litany on Fasting and Feasting - Read this litany for an interesting perspective on fasting and feasting. It may give you some ideas as you consider your Lenten choices.

PAL LentenSeries 2021Visit our YouTube channel this Lenten Season, to listen to Bishop Libasci's Lenten Series

top PopeFrancis2Read the Holy Father's 2021 Message for Lent


Daily Inspiration for Your Lenten Journey - Download this calendar from the USCCB - English | Spanish

2021 Guidelines for Lent for Parishes


Rite of Election - February 21st

Entering the Desert with Jesus: Lent in a Time of Pandemic - March 11

The Saving Grace of Beauty: a Virtual Lenten Evening of Reflection for Young Adult Catholics - March 12

Men of St. Joseph Livestream Mass - March 20th

Holy Week at the Cathedral