As we complete our first week of this Lenten season, I do hope you’re finding yourself drawn closer to Christ’s side. One of the myriad of tools which can help us make the most of this penitential season is to subscribe to a “Lenten Ap”. While I’m an Android user, and certainly have aps which appeal to my spirituality, I desire not to burden you with my personal proclivities. There is, however, one source which stands head and shoulders above any other (IMNSHO), and I shall share with you how you might receive that Reflection daily.
Probably the best of any Lenten reflections I receive from any source are prepared by our own Canon to the Ordinary, Anne Kitch. During the Lenten Season, Canon Anne publishes, daily, a reflection known as Wilderness Yearning. Simply go to the Diocesan Website, and select the tab for Get Connected. From the list, select Bakery, and have the messages downloaded into your e-mail inbox. You will then receive all the posts made to the Bakery, which will include the good Canon’s reflections.
I look forward to seeing each of you this week-end, as we celebrate the Eucharist for this Second Sunday in Lent. Since each Sunday is a little Easter, and this is a penitential season, the Sundays are properly in the season rather than of the season; even as we are called to be in the world but not of the world.
Have a great, faithful, and blessed day!!