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Post a Religious Message to Social Media

Some people fast from social media during Lent. This can be a very effective way to regain wasted time. But if you are not fasting from social media, consider posting an inspirational religious message.

This is a really good Lenten practice for teenagers and adults to try. It can be a little uncomfortable and intimidating at first if you are not used to posting religious messages. Many Catholics find it challenging to evangelize, but this can be an entry level way of doing it. It might start some conversations about your faith, so be prepared to speak simply and confidently about what you believe.

Social Media Graphics and Links

A few images from these pages are shown below to help you get started.

You can also check out the resources by date page. There are religious messages for sharing on each of Sunday dates and many of the other dates also. Just click on the image to see the full size version. From there you can save it and share it.

Or check my Lenten Idea page. There you will find a number of Lenten ideas and videos with religious messages which you can share.

lent is a journey
new creation
remember not the past
daily way of the cross

More Resources

More Lenten Ideas

Lent is a time to answer the call to conversion. Catholics practice self discipline by abstaining from meat on Fridays and making other small sacrifices. Giving alms and spending increased time in prayer are also traditional practices during this holy season. See more ideas here.

In the Desert A Lesson Plan on Prayer Fasting and Almsgiving

In the Desert (Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving)

This In the Desert lesson plan on prayer, fasting, and almsgiving will help youth understand the connection between the temptation of Jesus in the desert and Lenten focus on spirituality, sacrifice, and service. Youth will come to understand why we give things up for Lent.

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