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Lent Podcasts

NEW 2018 Lenten Reflections — Audio, Hard Copy and NOW in Video

Lent is a time of prayer and renewal and an opportunity to refocus relationships with God.

This year, Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14, and continues through Holy Saturday, March 31. An Easter reflection is also provided. CHA is offering its annual series of Lenten reflections to enable you to reflect on the meaning of this season by downloading and listening to these weekly offerings. The reflections are available in three formats: video, audio only and hardcopy. We hope this provides the greatest means for reflection as individuals and in groups.

Please feel free to share them via:

  • Intranet
  • Social media — tweet and share via Facebook
  • Email
  • Online newsletters
  • Posting in break rooms and chapels and at the welcome desk
  • Playing as a morning reflection on the intercom

Break our hearts of stone and give us hearts of flesh that are open to the beauty, depth, joys and trials of your children.

~ From the Ash Wednesday Reflection

Reflections for the weeks of the Lenten Season and Easter

Note for downloading audio and video reflections: To download the MP3 to your computer, right click on the title of the podcast and select "Save target as..." (IE) or "Save link as..."(FF and  Chrome). If you just want to listen to the reflection without downloading it to your computer you can simply click the link. For the video reflection, download the MP4 file by right clicking on the title of the podcast and select "Save target as..." (IE) or "Save link as..."(FF and  Chrome).

For use beginning with Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018

For use the First Week of Lent, starting on Sunday, February 18:

For use the Second Week of Lent, starting on Sunday, February 25:

For use the Third Week of Lent on starting on Sunday, March 4:

For use the Fourth Week of Lent, starting on Sunday, March 11:

For use the Fifth Week of Lent, starting on Sunday, March 18:

For use during Holy Week, starting on Palm Sunday, March 25:

For use on Easter, Sunday, April 1, and in the week that follows: