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|Ash Wednesday, March 6, marks the beginning of Lent, the
time for us to prepare for Easter. Just as Jesus prepared
himself in the desert for 40 days, we too, will prepare
ourselves through acts of praying, acts of fasting (giving up
something), and giving (charity or taking care of others). This
helps us to turn away from distractions and focus on God.
Together as a family, fill out your family’s Lenten promises
sheet on the reverse side. Hang your promises somewhere
visible to that everyone can be reminded as to how your
family will prepare for Easter. Talk about all the things your
family can do to keep these promises and encourage them
to come up with ideas on their own.
As you follow these promises together…see if you notice any
changes in your family this Lent!
|PREP supplemental learning is a means for students (and families) to enrich their faith through spiritual activities, Bible stories, videos, etc.
The goal of supplemental learning is for students to explore a deeper relationship with God and their spirituality. Students will have a different
mission each month. Click on the appropriate level for the assignments for your child(ren). Click here for lessons from past months.
|What is Family-focused Faith?
Family-focused faith is valuable time spent in sharing the faith with your children, learning together, renewing interest in the
sacraments and passing along important relational priorities. We have pared back our calendar to free up time for Mass and a family
activity, along with the family participating in Supplemental Learning to augment the learning that takes place on PREP Sundays.
|Lenten Promises for the Family
|Lent helps us prepare for
the most important
Feast Day in our Catholic
calendar. What better way to
prepare for this glorious
occasion than to work
together as a family?