Liturgical Year Volume 3 Released: LENT

By Dr. Jeff Mirus (bio - articles - email) | Feb 16, 2017

Lent (the only liturgical season with a name that is also a four-letter word!) begins on March 1st, and so the Lenten volume of our ebook series for the 2016-2017 liturgical year has been released in our ebooks download area. This third volume in the annual series covers the entire season of Lent, from Ash Wednesday through Holy Saturday (April 15th). It may be downloaded free of charge in the following formats: .mobi (Kindle), .epub (Nook and other standard ereaders), and .pdf (most computer devices).

Our liturgical year ebooks include all the liturgical day information for each season just as it appears on CatholicCulture.org. These offer a rich set of resources for families to use in living the liturgical year in the domestic church. Resources include biographies of the saints to match each feast day, histories of the various celebrations and devotions, descriptions of customs from around the world, prayers, activities and recipes. The series has been developed by the author of our Liturgical Year Blog, Jennifer Gregory Miller, and our librarian and review coordinator, Darden Brock.

These ebooks provide a wonderful—and completely free—complement to the widely-used Magnificat series, which emphasizes spiritual reading for each day.

To download, you must be a registered user, and you must be logged in and recognized by the system. If you are not yet registered, click the Subscribe/Login link found near the right end of our main menu and then use the Subscribe for Free option. If you are already registered but not logged in, click the same link to log in, but use the Already a subscriber? option. If you are already registered, logged in, and recognized by a cookie, nothing more is needed. You will see a My Account link instead of the Subscribe/Login link.

Once you are recognized, proceed to the ebooks download area and click on the book you want to bring up a page which contains the download links.

Jeffrey Mirus holds a Ph.D. in intellectual history from Princeton University. A co-founder of Christendom College, he also pioneered Catholic Internet services. He is the founder of Trinity Communications and CatholicCulture.org. See full bio.

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