Resources for Lent 2022

Our offices, agencies and dioceses offer content to help your spiritual journey through Lent 2022. Here we provide links to some of those resources.

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CAFOD

CAFOD, our overseas aid and development agency, is holiding its annual Lenten Appeal stressing that small acts of love make big things happen. It also offers a comprehensive suite of resources and invites school pupils to Walk Against Hunger this Lent in solidarity with the 200 million children whose lives are at risk because of malnutrition. The target is a collective 40,000km!

Cafod’s Resources for Young People

Cafod’s Resources for Primary School Pupils

You can also use Cafod’s Lenten Prayer Resources

Pact

The Catholic prisons charity, is sharing a new Stations of the Cross liturgy with parishes. The simple text includes the words of prisoners, people with convictions and people who have served a ‘hidden sentence’ alongside a family member in prison. Bishop Richard Moth, the Liaison Bishop for Prisons, will be making the Stations of the Cross using this text, in the chapel of a women’s prison. More details will be provided soon.

The God Who Speaks

The God Who Speaks, our Scripture project, has compiled a selection of free Lent and Eastertide resources for you to use at home, in your schools or churches.

Stella Maris

Stella Maris has a Lenten Appeal for 2022 encouraging donations to this vital ministry to seafarers. Now more than ever, seafarers need in-person care from a friend in port.

Dioceses

Arundel & Brighton
The diocese of Arundel & Brighton has a page pointing at online Lenten resources.

Birmingham
Visit the official website for the Archdiocese of Birmingham to access its Lenten Resources.

Brentwood
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Brentwood for its latest content.

Cardiff
Visit the official website for the Archdiocese of Cardiff for its latest content.

Clifton
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Clifton for its latest content.

East Anglia
Visit the official website for the Diocese of East Anglia for its latest content.
Key Lenten Mass dates have been confirmed.

Hallam
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Hallam for its latest content.

Hexham & Newcastle
The Diocese of Hexham & Newcastle is signposting an online series of Sycamore Lenten Events. Sundays from 6 March to 10 April at 4.00pm until 5.15pm.

Lancaster
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Lancaster for its latest content.

Leeds
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Leeds for its latest content.

Liverpool
Visit the official website for the Archdiocese of Liverpool for its latest content.

Menevia
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Menevia for its latest content.

Middlesbrough
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Middlesbrough for its latest content.

Northampton
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Northampton for its latest content.

Nottingham
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Nottingham for its latest content.

Plymouth
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Plymouth for its latest content.

Portsmouth
The Diocese of Portsmouth has a page for its Lenten Resources – includes Stations of the Cross.

Salford
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Salford for its latest content. Caritas Salford has a page for Lent 2022.

Shrewsbury
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Shrewsbury for its latest content.

Southwark
The Archdiocese of Southwark carries details of a Solemn Mass and Eucharistic Adoration for World Peace on Ash Wednesday.

Westminster
The Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster has released a Pastoral Letter about the focus of Lent this year.

Wrexham
Visit the official website for the Diocese of Wrexham for its latest content.