Note: Some of these resources are free and some are not. I am familiar with all of them and recommend them because I believe they can be of help to you.

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Ecce Mater Tua: Behold, Your Mother Marian Stations of the Cross by Marge Fenelon. A uniquely-formed Lenten devotion written from the perspective of a child who is witnessing the unspeakable anguish of the Mother of the Redeemer as she accompanies her only Son’s atrocious suffering.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Lent Resources

Lift Up Your Heart: A 10-Day Personal Retreat with St. Francis de Sales by Fr. John Burns. Based on Fr. Frnacis de Sales’ spiritual classic Introduction to the Devout Life, Fr. Burns Rev. John Burns offers ten meditations for the modern reader that have skillfully been distilled into a ten-day mini-retreat that can easily be completed in the midst of a busy life.

Bringing Lent Home with St. John Paul II: Prayers, Reflections, and Activities for Families by Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle. Designed for families with young children, it offers a variety of prayers and practices for each day of Lent.

Lent with Mother Teresa by Heidi Hess Saxton. Includes a short Scripture passage for each day, a brief meditation with a quote or story from the life of St. Teresa of Calcutta, plus reflection questions and a short prayer to begin or end the day. Read alone or with a small group.

Forgiving Mother: A Marian Novena of Healing and Peace by Marge Fenelon.


Catechism of the Catholic Church Free online version.

BibleGateway Searchable online Bible with more than 150 versions.

Beginning Apologetics Series These workbook-styled books are easy to read, easy to understand and efficiently formatted. Each book in the 9-part series covers a different topic of the Catholic faith. Books can be purchased separately.


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