Lentern Resources 2021


Parousia: The Bible and the Mass.

This is a journey through scripture, hosted by Scott Hahn to uncover why all God’s action, in creation and redemption, is ordered to the mass.


              Lenten Bible Course

6 weekly sessions to break open each Lenten Sunday Gospel…..before you go to Sunday Mass. Led by Mauro Iannecelli



A 6 week Lent course for practising Christians, or for people with some Christian  background, who wish to renew their faith in the season of Lent.


CAFOD’S ON LINE Lent Calendar which has a daily scripture, chance to reflect, pray and take justice action with the worldwide family.


             Prayer 1

This Lent course in Christian spirituality is intended as an introduction to some of the themes found in living the Christian spiritual life. Some of these themes might make us feel uncomfortable. For example, the theme of obedience. Our desire to be in control of every aspect of our own lives is often considered normal and good in today’s world. Yet, for those who have taken their pursuit of God seriously, it is clear that a willingness to be obedient to God is a necessary attitude if we are going to make progress on that journey. Jesus, himself, says that this is necessary (Luke 11 : 28, John 14 : 23) and makes it clear that he chose to live a life of obedience to his Father’s will (John 8 : 55).


            Follow the Sunday Gospels throughout Lent


            Jesuits in Britain (in conjunction with the BBC)

This Lent, BBC Radio 4 will explore aspects of Ignatian spirituality and point listeners to ‘Knowing Jesus’, an online retreat being offered by the Ignatian Spirituality Centre in Glasgow. This retreat is available to anyone in the world with access to the Internet who wants to immerse themselves in the spirituality of St Ignatius.



               For Youth: Your Faith in Action.

A series of talks 22nd February – 22nd March, 7.30 – 8.30pm through zoom. Age 13 plus. Organised by Saskia Hogbin our diocesan youth ministry events coordinator.


             Fr. Ian Hellyer

             Lent reflections on the theme of worship through a scriptural approach.


             Fr. Brian Kenwrick

Tuesday 16th February at 6.30 pm – Presentation by Fr Brian ‘Jesus Outside of the New Testament’

             Tuesday 23rd February at 6.30pm – second presentation by Fr. Brian

             www.falmouthcatholicchurch.org.uk ,

             Fr. Mark Skelton

            Week One.

Mon 22nd Feb              Gerard Barry

“The Freedom of Lent”

How celebrating Lent in Prison can be a guide to our reflection in Lockdown

Wed 24th  Feb             Sarah Kate Adams.

“Transforming and Healing the wounded soul”

Week Two.

Mon 1st March           David John

“A Lenten walk in the mountains with Thumper”

Thurs 4th March           Peter Coxe.

“Empowering Our Relationship with God, Ourselves & Fellow Creatures”

Week Three.

Mon 8th March            Mark Nash.

“Mending the Nets”. Preparing for Mission.

Thurs 11th March       Peter Montgomery

“Guilt and Shame in a Post modern world”

Week Four.

Mon 15th March         Ned Wall

“A radical Jesus in Lent”

Wed 17th March         Jonathan Stewart.

“Vice or Virtue -the Path to Holiness”

Week Five.

Mon 22nd March         Anthony Hodges.

“The Ecology of Lent – a call to Life”

Wed 24th March          Karen Cortes Foong.

“The Black Madonna’s Invitation to honour the Other”

            Canon John Deeny Series of talks which can be found on the St. Cuthbert Mayne RC Parish YouTube page.