2nd Week of Lent

As you journey through Lent, the icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help continues to reveal to you the message of redemption in the elements of the body of the Child she presents.

Mary invites and teaches you to embrace this infant and take into yourself the incarnate-crucified mystery of Redemption. There is much here that deserves your prayerful attention. Bear in mind that this image is that of Jesus as God-man. See the pondering look on his face. He imitates his Mother's look of pondering and remembering.

Read more of Br. Dan Korn's 2nd Week of Lent message...

March: Lent Is the Time for Spring Cleaning

Springtime is messy. Snow and rain continue to fall. If you're in a place where the snow is finally melting, the earth is soggy, often leaving dirt and mud everywhere. No wonder 'spring cleaning' makes sense. Our weather seems to match the spirituality of Lent: As Christians, you and I turn to our own 'spring cleaning,' taking stock of how our lives mirror the gospel and life of Jesus, and focusing on acts of charity, penance and prayer.

Read Fr. John Schmidt's March Co-Redemptorist Association Letter...

Ash Wednesday 2015

Each year, you and I are given a new opportunity — the holy season of Lent — to re-examine our commitment and become renewed. Soon will come the beginning of Lent with the Sacred Liturgy of Ash Wednesday. During these 40 days, I encourage you to seek to deepen your union with Christ and your commitment to live in holiness...

Read Fr. Steve Rehrauer's Ash Wednesday Letter...

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Sem. Aaron Meszaros Daily Reflection:

Sem. Aaron Meszaros, CSsR – Chicago, IL
March 3, 2015 - IS 1:10, 16-20, MT 23:1-12

Isaiah exclaims: "make your aim justice." The Hebrew word "tzedakah," means “justice.”

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