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Questions and Answers about Lent and Lenten Practices


Historically, Lent has varied from a week to three weeks to the present configuration of 46 days. The forty day fast, however, has been more stable. The Sundays ...

Lent Frequently Asked Questions: With Joe Paprocki - Loyola Press


Catholic catechist Joe Paprocki provides simple answers to frequently asked questions about Lent. Visit Loyola Press to get your Lenten questions anwered.

Questions and Answers About Lent - Prayergear.com


WEEKLY REFLECTIONS. ~ Questions and Answers About Lent ~. Below is an excerpt from a web site that I found particularly interesting for several reasons:.

Lent Quiz Questions Answers | General Knowledge | Trivia on ...


Apr 3, 2015 ... Lent is the period of the liturgical year leading up to Easter. Lent is forty days long . Trivia quiz questions answers. General Knowledge.

10 Questions about Lenten Services - Volume 1


ANSWER 1. Back to the Question | Next question. Forgiveness vespers, which marks the beginning of Great Lent, is served in the evening (in some parish usage ...

About Lent - EWTN.com


A: Lent is the forty day period before Easter, excluding Sundays, which begins on Ash ... A: Short answer: Not unless Daniel was practicing a doctrine of demons.

Answers to Common Lent Questions | Catholic Mommy Blogs


Feb 3, 2016 ... Read on to discover the truths behind why we do what we do during Lent. This post is written by Catholic mom, Colleen Snow, at Future Perfect ...

Lent and Easter Questions & Answers - Our Sunday Visitor


Oct 10, 2013 ... From the staff of The Catholic Answer, Lent and Easter questions from our readers are answered.

Fat Tuesday and Questions About Lent - Catholic Straight Answers


While we are familiar with Ash Wednesday marking the beginning of Lent, we should also remember “Shrovetide,” the preceding week. Shrovetide is the English ...

FAQs About Lent - Easter / Lent - Catholic Online


FAQ about Easter and Lent. Here are some of the frequently asked questions about Easter and Lent for Catholics.