Your companion for the journey through Lent
Lent is indeed a special time of grace in Church. The liturgy highlights the need for reconciliation and the faithful practice the discipline of prayer, fasting and almsgiving. Parishes organise Missions, Passo Services and Stations of the Cross. While many avail these services of renewal offered by their parishes, there are a few who cannot do so because of work constraints and other reasons. This booklet is compiled so that you can make your own Lenten journey at your pace and convenience. You will find simple prayers, Stations of the Cross with short reflections (some prepared by me and some sourced from the internet) hymns and reflections for the day.
Have a Grace-filled and Holy Lent!
Fr. Reuben Tellis
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Not Dead, Only Asleep
The Experience of Luke (a first person account) As one who belonged to the medical profession,I had a special interest in death.As a be
We would like to see Jesus
The Experience of Philip (a first person account) It was nearing the feast of the Passover.One evening I was approached by two Greekswith a reque
Have I lost my reward?
Every odd season of Lent I feel led to fast for all the forty (six) days. It means eating a very light breakfast, a cup of tea for lunch and a fr
Murmurings of the Spirit within
The experience of Nicodemus: (A first person account) Though I was a teacher of the Law, a Pharisee. I was brought up not to ignorethe Prophe
TEMPLE TANTRUMS: ‘Christ cleansing the Temple’ by an unknown Netherlandish artist (1563 – 69); Kadriorg Art Museum, Tallinn We a