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How to Have a Meaningful Holy Week

How to Have a Meaningful Holy Week

How to Have a Meaningful Holy WeekTeam +JMJ+ shares with you some traditions that can make your Holy Week more meaningful and memorable.SUPPORT THIS WEBSITEOUR PARTNERS

3 Ways to Spend a Meaningful Lent

3 Ways to Spend a Meaningful Lent

This episode is about the three prescribed activities that every well-meaning Christian must do in order to have a fruitful and holy Lenten Season – prayer, fasting, and works of charity. These interconnected practices can be united with Jesus’ cross so that they can also be saving and uplifting for all.

An #LGBT​ Person Bearing the Cross of Others

An #LGBT​ Person Bearing the Cross of Others

Edwin Valles sits down with Companion of St. John of God Lito Cruz, who works as an HIV and Family counselor at the San Lazaro Hospital where he helps people carry their crosses as they survive through their disease.

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Lenten Season Practices

Lenten Season Practices

Lenten Season PracticesBuhay Parang LifeWe Filipinos have many ways of observing Lent and Holy Week. In this episode learn lenten practices that are theologically sound and aligned with our Catechism with Fr. Nonette Legaspi of the Diocese of Novaliches.SUPPORT THIS...

The Way of the Cross for the Suffering Church

The Way of the Cross for the Suffering Church

The Way of the Cross for the Suffering Churchwith Archbishop Socrates Villegas of Lingayen-Dagupan This a Lenten special endeavor of Aid to the Church in Need Philippines. You may download the official prayerbook via bit.ly/DownloadACNViaCrucis2021   SHOW MORE      ...

The Way of the Cross for Children

The Way of the Cross for Children

The Way of the Cross for ChildrenBy Team +JMJ The Way of the Cross or Stations of the Cross is a beautiful devotion that helps us to focus on the Passion of Jesus Christ. It is usually prayed on the Fridays of Lent, especially Good Friday, but you can even do it...

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