Lenten sacrifice, almsgiving service projects: Bible gospel parable math lessons | Examiner.com

The Catholic Christian church will enter the penitential season of Lent on Feb. 10, 2016. Ordinary time ends with Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday), followed by Ash Wednesday which ushers in the Lenten season. Lenten virtues include almsgiving (donating money, acts of charity), prayer and fasting or sacrifice. Catholic Christian parents, are you looking for Lenten sacrifice, almsgiving activities or service projects for Lent? Here's one with math lessons based on the Bible gospel parable of the talents.   Lenten sacrifice, almsgiving service projects: Bible gospel parable math lessons | Examiner.com

Catholic Easter crafts: Lenten cross candle holder, prayer Bible devotional

Parents, are you looking for ways to make spirituality real for kids? Here are Bible devotional craft projects to use all year long, but especially during Lent. During the Lenten season, the Catholic Church follows Jesus in his suffering in the desert on his way to the cross. Certainly, humans can't really imitate the divine, but they can try. Beginning on Ash Wednesday, faithful Catholic observe Lenten virtues of prayer, fasting, sacrifice and almsgiving in imitation of Christ. A Catholic will give up certain pleasure or vices to be more like Jesus. Family activities focus on things of God. Here are Lent and Easter crafts to help. Make Lenten cross candle holder Easter crafts as a Bible devotional. Light it each week, as you do an Advent Wreath.  Catholic Easter crafts: Lenten cross candle holder, prayer Bible devotional | Examiner.com

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