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Meet a few of Seton Catholic Preparatory's 123 graduates.
Lent is upon us. Every year, we are given the gift of this 40-day period to prepare ourselves to fully celebrate the Easter Mystery and grow stronger on our Christian journey.
Lent has 40 days with which to enter purposeful suffering and other spiritual disciplines. The end result creates a heart that’s better equipped to embrace the crosses of life like Simon of Cyrene, confident in recognizing the truths of the faith like Veronica or eager to spread it like St. Mary Magdalene did on Easter morning.
It only happens with a wee bit of luck every several years: March 17, the feast of St. Patrick, falls on a Friday this year. The patron saint of the Emerald Isle, credited with Christianizing the Irish, is the inspiration for celebrations not just in Ireland, but throughout the Irish diaspora.
No matter how Catholics choose to up their prayer during Lent's 40 days, they have ample opportunities to do so.
Fasting, which has deep roots in many religious traditions, is meant to draw participants into deeper prayer and also link them with those in need.
A senior at the Catholic University of America reflects on #ashtag and #AshWednesday and an Arizona priest connects the faithful.
Need a way to recharge your final days of Lent plus your entire Easter season and beyond? RSVP 6:30-8 p.m. April 4 Tickets are free but must...
Sixth-graders got a Lenten sneak preview when their pastor visited class on Valentine's Day.
While still in high school, 50 Seton students proved themselves college-ready by taking an Advanced Placement course and excelling on its exam.