2022 is Year C in the Sunday liturgical cycle and Year 2 in the weekday cycle.
Resources for March 2022:
Wednesday, March 2
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. Catholics attending mass on this day have their foreheads marked with ashes as a sign of repentance.
Wednesday, March 2
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.
Sunday, March 6
The readings for the First Sunday of Lent for Year C demonstrate that we must give our whole lives to God. This is a good time to think about if we give our whole selves to the Lord or if…
Sunday, March 13
The readings for the 2nd Sunday of Lent for Year C show us that God is truly present in our world. This weekend we can think about how we see God manifest in our own lives and how we can…
Thursday, March 17
March 17 is the Feast of St. Patrick. St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, engineers, and paralegals. He is especially known for using the image of the shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity.
Friday, March 18
St. Cyril of Jerusalem was a fourth century bishop. During his time, there was a faction within the Church, known as Arians, who did not believe that Jesus was truly divine. Cyril was unjustly accused of belonging to this faction…
Saturday, March 19
March 19 is the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Joseph was a just and holy man, chosen by God to be the foster father of Jesus. St. Joseph is the patron saint of fathers, carpenters,…
Sunday, March 20
The readings for the Third Sunday of Lent for Year C are a call to repent and return to the Lord. This is a time to think about the sacrament of reconciliation and how to really change our ways. Here…
Friday, March 25
The Feast of the Annunciation is celebrated on March 25. This feast day commemorates the announcement of the Angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary that she had been chosen to be the mother of Jesus.
Sunday, March 27
The readings for the Fourth Sunday of Lent for Year C remind us that God is always waiting for us to return to Him so we can receive the abundance of life he offers us. Think about leaving behind our…