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Topic: Lent

Diocese sees rise in Confessions

The number of people attending Confession in the Diocese of Lancaster has increased following a Lenten initiative

Bishop Davies of Shrewsbury says we need to face the reality of hell during Lent. It’s such an unusual thing for a bishop to say that it made a Herald headline

And yet, without understanding this reality, what is left?

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Bishop urges faithful to face ‘the reality of hell’ in Lent

Bishop of Shrewsbury encourages Catholics to regain a ‘perspective of eternity’

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Pope calls Lent a time for spiritual renovation

Benedict XVI explains significance of Lent and Ash Wednesday at weekly general audience

The best thing a Catholic can do for Lent is to go to Mass every day

This year I will go through the Passion narrative of St Mark line by line

Use Lent to strive for holiness, says archbishop

The Archbishop of Westminster has launched a Lenten resource to help Catholics in their call to holiness

Benedict XVI: Do not be indifferent to the fate of others

In his Lenten message the Pope warns against ‘spiritual anaesthesia’ which numbs people to suffering

Bishop asks for hour of Confession every week in Lent

Bishop of Lancaster says every church in the diocese will be open for Confession on Wednesday evenings