In this Holy season, as we fast, pray, and give alms, let’s step up our prayers for peace and for discernment of truth.
The sacred week where we enter into the Pascal mystery of our redemption is nearing. How are you preparing for Holy Week?
It’s my favorite liturgical season again…Lent. Time to refocus, reframe and refresh our relationship with the Lord.
Well it’s that time of year again…what should I give up for Lent? Most of us tend to do the same thing year after year…chocolate, coffee, beer.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC encourages you to examine your personality temperament and give up any predominant vices for the Lenten season.
Well, Lent is upon us once again, my favorite time of year.
Lent is in full swing, a time for penance, almsgiving and fasting, but it occurs to me in this fast paced and chaotic world we’re living in that a more appropriate “fast” could be to go “slow”.
Allison Ricciardi encourages you this Lent season as you pursue happiness to strive for increased holiness in your daily living.
Lent is a time to clear away the passions, self-centeredness and self-indulgence that weigh us down and poison every aspect of our lives. Embrace wellness.
Lent focuses us on using sufferings and sacrifices to grow in holiness and to prepare for the joy of Easter. Know God at work through our speed bumps.