What is your Lenten resolution? There are many things you can do. You can give something up, such as social media, Netflix/streaming services, etc. You can pray more, such as a Rosary or Divine Mercy Chaplet. You can also do something extra, such as going to daily Mass, going to confession, performing simple acts of kindness or charity, or working on a fault you may struggle with.
You can even start small and grow throughout Lent. If you don’t feel like you can pray a whole rosary, pray one decade at a time. One decade takes less than five minutes. No one says you have to pray the whole rosary at once! The purpose of this season is to grow in holiness so you can take it with you for the rest of the year. These sacrifices show your love for Jesus, because he made the ultimate sacrifice out of love for you.
Here is this week’s schedule:
Monday, Feb. 26
Rosary 2:30 pm Little Chapel in the Woods
Women’s Group 7:00 pm TWU Student Union Rm. 109
This week, we will watch and discuss a talk by Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC. He discusses his vocational discernment, and the ultimate sacrifice he made when he became a priest for the love of Jesus. See the video below.
Tuesday, Feb. 27
Night Prayer 9:00 pm Little Chapel in the Woods (outside)
Wednesday, Feb. 28
Community Night @ TWU!
Confessions 4:30 pm Little Chapel in the Woods
Divine Mercy Chaplet 5:00 pm Little Chapel in the Woods Mass 5:30 Little Chapel in the Woods
Free Meal After Mass Location TBA via Flocknote & Remind text (text @twu to 81010 for text alerts)
Thursday, Mar. 1
Morning Prayer 7:30 am Little Chapel in the Woods (outside)
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Have a blessed week!
In Christ through Mary,
TWU Catholic Campus Minister
Happy November, Pioneers!In the Catholic Church, we dedicate the month of November to the Holy Souls in Purgatory, so don’t forget to pray for your deceased loved ones and all the poor Souls in Purgatory.
Here’s a video explaining the Church’s teaching on Purgatory:
Kim Brown, Associate Vocation Director of the Diocese of Fort Worth (beginning tomorrow!) and Founder of the Kingdom of God Sisters, came to visit us last night at our TWU Mass & Meal. She spoke to us about the importance of Jesus’ Mercy and how we can live it out in our lives. Take a look at some photos below!
Have a blessed weekend!
And don’t forget to sign up for our Eucharistic Retreat! Deadline is April 11!
❤ Your Campus Minister,
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