FDLC Lenten Webinar Series 2023
Eucharist: The Work of Our Redepmtion
Thursdays, February 23 – March 23, 2023
Live (1:00 pm ET) & Recorded
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- Liturgical Preparation Aid for Lent, the Sacred Paschal Triduum, and the Easter Season 2023 (Year A)FDLC is pleased to offer this collection of free resources to assist in your parish and diocesan preparations for Lent, the Sacred Paschal Triduum, and the Easter Season in both English and Spanish.
- Resources on the Death of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVIFDLC joins in prayer for the repose of the soul of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, who passed into eternal life on December 31 at 9:34 AM (Rome Time) at Mater Ecclesiae Monastery in Vatican City. May he rest in peace. Well done, good and faithful servant.
- Eucharist: The Work of Our RedemptionIn response to Pope Francis’ call for a “serious and dynamic liturgical formation” (ibid, 31), the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions is pleased to present a five-part Lenten series for an exploration of the Mass – “Eucharist: The Work of our Redemption.”
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