Week Four Lent MeditationsLent
Thank you for joining our community of devotion during Lent. Send your special intentions to the National Shrine of St. Jude to be strengthened in devotion to St. Jude during this holy season.
We are traveling companions on this Lenten pilgrimage, encouraging and sustaining each other. During this second week of Lent, use our St. Jude Lenten Meditations as small reminders of the path we walk together toward Easter.
Below you will find the daily meditations for the fourth week of Lent. We look forward to praying with and for you during these holy days. May God bless you throughout these 40 days. We are praying for you
Day 26 — April 3rd
Let’s take a moment this fourth Sunday of Lent to reflect with contrition and resolve:
In today’s Gospel, the man born blind was healed by Jesus in the Temple. Pray for the many people in need of physical healing and ask St. Jude to intercede for them.
Day 27 — April 4th
We take a moment this 27th day of Lent to reflect with contrition and resolve:
Bring your longing to God and pray that you will know and do His will for your life. Align yourself with God as Jesus did when he prayed, “Not my will, but yours, be done.”
Day 28 — April 5th
We take a moment this 28th day of Lent to reflect with contrition and resolve:
Blindness can be more than a physical affliction. Some people are morally or spiritually blind. Ask Jesus to give them insight and show them the way to God.
Day 29 — April 6th
We take a moment this 29th day of Lent to reflect with contrition and resolve:
Reach out to someone who is lonely through a phone call. Almsgiving doesn’t have to cost money. It can also be an offering of your time.
Day 30 — April 7th
We take a moment this 30th day of Lent to reflect with contrition and resolve:
Notice the lengthening of days. Each day of Lent provides a little more light, leading us to spring and the new light of the risen Christ.
Day 31 — April 8th
We take a moment this 31st day of Lent to reflect with contrition and resolve:
May today’s fasting give us strength for the fasting of heart we will encounter during Holy Week.
Day 32 — April 9th
We take a moment this 32nd day of Lent to reflect with contrition and resolve:
Think of a friend or family member who has been an example of faith and hope for you. Tell them how grateful you are for their example.