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Lenten Resources

Resources for Lent

The following is a compilaton of web resources for observing the season of Lent. Click here to see ideas for Holy Week. If you have an idea to contribute, please email us.

Lent and Easter Resources: A list of web resources from the readers of AnglicansOnline.org.

A Guide to Lent: A downloadable PDF booklet from the Church of England.

Lent and Beyond: An Anglican Prayer blog.

2017 Lenten Devotional, from Trinity School for Ministry.

Online Prayers for Lent: Prayers and other resources for your Lenten Journey from Loyola Press, a Jesuit ministry.

Resources for Lent: A wealth of resources for observng a Holy Lent.

All About Lent: Frequently asked questions about Lent.

Stations of the Cross: The Stations of the Cross are an ancient form of Christian devotion, originally observed by pilgrims visiting the Holy Land. Eight of the fourteen stations come from Scripture, with the remaining ones being drawn from tradition and legend. This web site provides background information and links to several online versions of the Stations of Cross. St. Andrew’s observes the Stations of the Cross in the sanctuary at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Good Friday.

 

Ideas for Holy Week
How to Make Palm Crosses: Ever wonder those little palm branch crosses are made? King of Peace Church in Kngsland, Ga. offers easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, together with photographs.

Stations of the Cross: The Stations of the Cross are an ancient form of Christian devotion, originally observed by pilgrims visiting the Holy Land. Eight of the fourteen stations come from Scripture, with the remaining ones being drawn from tradition and legend. This web site provides background information and links to several online versions of the Stations of Cross. St. Andrew’s observes the Stations of the Cross in the sanctuary at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Good Friday.

The Way of the Cross: Every Friday afternoon, Franciscan monks lead a procession winding through the streets of the Old City of Jerusalem folowing the “Via Dolorosa” (Latin for the Way of Sorrows), the traditional path along which Jesus, bowed under the weight of the Cross, walked from Pilate’s judgment hall to Calvary. This web site features a map of the “Via Dolorosa” in Jerusalem, and photographs of the traditional stations in the Old City.