St. Therese emphasized the way we do things for God rather than the things we do for him. In that spirit, Lent is less about what we're offering and more about why. That insight transforms this season from one of narrow concern over what to give up into one of joyful freedom to enter into the love of Christ. The meditations in The Little Way of Lent - all colored by St. Therese's Little Way of Spiritual Childhood - will transform your Lenten observance and help you focus on God's redeeming love.
©2010 Gary Caster (P)2012 Franciscan Media
"I am pleased to recommend The Little Way of Lent as a fruitful and insightful reflection for all who would experience their lenten journey as an enriching way to holiness." (Most. Rev. Timothy A. McDonnell, Bishop of Springfield, Mass.)
"This gem reminds us what St. Therese knew and lived, that Lent is not about us, but about Jesus and the meaning of his life, death, resurrection, and ascension." (Msgr. Stuart Swetland, S.T.D., Archbishop Flynn Chair of Christian Ethics, Mount St. Mary's University, Emmitsburg, Md.)
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