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LENT: Cross And Church, by Evelyn Underhill

From The School of Charity

In his letter to the Romans, we find Saint Paul asking his converts if they realize what it means to be part of the church.   339 more words


LENT: Worship And The Saints, by Evelyn Underhill

From Worship

Christian worship is never a solitary undertaking.  Both on its visible and invisible sides, it has a thoroughly social and organic character.  The worshiper, however lonely in appearance, comes before God as a member of a great family; part of the Communion of Saints, living and dead.   264 more words


LENT: Worship And Revelation, by Evelyn Underhill

From Worship

Genuine Christian worship, whatever its special emphasis may be, always requires as its foundation belief in the one Holy and Eternal God, the Being of Beings, the “Maker, Lover, and Keeper” of all life; utterly transcendent to His creation, and yet fully present with and in it, besetting, sustaining, molding – above all loving – all that is made.   370 more words


LENT: Introduction to Lent — Almsgiving, by Mike Aquilina

From the website: Catholic Education Resource Center

Of the three marks of Lent – prayer, fasting and almsgiving – almsgiving is surely the most neglected. 1,260 more words


365 Daily Instructions for Life

10 March 2015
(Numbers 16.1-3)
Now Korah the son of Izhar, son of Kohath, son of Levi, and Dathan and Abiram the sons of Eliab, and On the son of Peleth, sons of Reuben, took men. 406 more words

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LENT: Almsgiving — or Self-Giving, or Works of Mercy, by Harold A. Buetow

From Embrace Your Renewal

The Paradoxes of Almsgiving

Almsgiving is full of paradoxes.  For one, Jesus told us that there’s more happiness in giving than in receiving, (Acts 20:35).   1,777 more words