2021 Lenten resources
Simply Jesus: Reflect. Renew. Recommit. This Lent, across our archdiocese, we are being invited to reflect on the way and person of Jesus, renew ourselves in his love, and recommit ourselves to the path of discipleship.
After a year where the regular structures that help us live a life of faith and grow in our relationship with Jesus were largely absent, we are encouraged to use Lent to reflect more deeply on our relationship with Jesus and be more attentive to nurturing its growth.
At our parish
- St Ignatius' Church will be a place for walking with Christ - please join us for Stations of the Cross.
- Lenten Reflection Evenings with Fr Sacha Bermudez-Goldman SJ.
Archdiocese of Melbourne
The following guided multimedia reflection provides a meaningful way into the powerful story of Jesus’ Passion, inviting a new or renewed intimacy with him. As you journey on the Way of the Cross, may this ancient form of prayer—for all times and for all seasons—invite and enable you to reflect, renew your faith and recommit your life to Jesus.
Visit www.melbournecatholic.org/lent2021 for other resources from the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne.
Ignatian / Jesuit
- A ‘how-to’ guide to Lent - Australian Jesuits
- Introduction to Slow Lent - Pray.com.au
- Pray with Jesuits for Lent - Loyola Press
- Lent Resources - Loyola Press
Caritas Australia: Project Compassion
Jamila is a Rohingya refugee living in a camp in Bangladesh with her elderly mother and baby daughter. With the support of Caritas Australia, and through Caritas Bangladesh, Jamila has been able to access to emergency food, shelter, counselling, and vocational training that will help to support her family.
Please donate to Project Compassion 2021 to help mothers like Jamila be more for her family and her community. Donate through the parish boxes and envelopes, by visiting www.caritas.org.au/projectcompassion or phoning 1800 024 413.