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1. Enriching Your Lenten Journey
The Lenten season gives us the opportunity to engage in some way in the sufferings of Christ. And the best way to go about that is not necessarily giving something up. Adding spiritual activities to our journey can enrich our relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

2. Come Pray the Rosary - Website Review
Come Pray the Rosary is an awesome interactive online Rosary website that makes praying the Rosary easy and convenient for everyone, whether you devoutly pray the Rosary daily or you are just getting started.

3. BellaCatholic SITE MAP
Navigate quickly and easily around the BellaCatholic site!

4. Interesting Advent Facts
Here are some interesting facts about the season of Advent.

5. Know Your Catholic Faith
Knowing your Catholic faith has always been important, and even more so in this day and age. We must all, as individuals, know what our Church teaches and what she has always taught.

6. The Importance of Apostolic Tradition
As Catholic Christians we are not only blessed with Sacred Scripture but also the richness that comes from Sacred Tradition as well. Just what is this Tradition, and why is it so important?

7. Lent FAQs
Frequently asked questions about the Lenten Season.

8. Returning to Church
Have you been away from the Catholic Church for years? Or just gotten in the habit of not going to Mass for the last few weeks or months? Have you decided that you want to return, but you’re finding it hard to get motivated or get back in the habit of going?

9. How is Your Lenten Journey Going?
Along our Lenten journey it’s important to stop, reflect, and take time to ponder a very important question: “How is my journey through Lent going?”

10. Forms of Prayer
When we think of prayer we often visualize someone kneeling, hands together, eyes closed, silently reciting her/his prayers. This is only one of many forms of prayer.



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