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2nd March – 24th April
Daily Reading Guide
Live Community Discussion
LENTEN PILGRIMAGE 2022
Unpacking Christ’s Seven Last Words From the Cross
With Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Allan Smith of Bishop Sheen Today guides us through Christ’s seven last words from the Cross with a daily reflection from the teachings of the Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. Contained in the book, ‘The Seven Last Words of Christ Explained’, is a treasury of Sheen’s best Lenten reflections from nine different books. Meet weekly with Allan Smith and Matthew-Hermann Tague to discuss the readings, ask questions, and enjoy Catholic fellowship for Lent 2022!
Hallow’s #Pray40 Lent Challenge on the 7 Last Words of Christ!
With Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Our Partners at Hallow invite you to join the #Pray40 Challenge where—for the 40 days of Lent leading up to Easter—thousands will join together in prayer and meditation on the Seven Last Words of Christ.
The #Pray40 Community Challenge on Hallow is one of the most popular and life-changing challenges of the year with exclusive prayer resources to enhance your Lenten journey.
Jonathan Roumie, the actor who plays Jesus in the hit streaming series “The Chosen” and Jim Caviezel, the actor who portrayed Jesus in the No. 1 grossing R-Rated film of all time, “The Passion of the Christ.”, will lead you through powerful daily prayers and meditations on the Seven Last Words of Christ on Hallow.
A Journey Through the Stations of the Cross
Hosted by Steve Ray
During the last two weeks of Lent, Steve Ray will guide us through meditations on the 14 Stations of the Cross and, on Easter Sunday, Steve will offer a BONUS reflection on the Resurrection!
2 LIVE Novenas with Rosary
Hosted by Matthew-Hermann Tague
Leading up to the Feast of St Joseph, Matthew-Hermann Tague will lead LIVE prayer and fellowship! Matthew-Hermann will also offer another BONUS Novena leading up to Divine Mercy Sunday!
Welcome letter from Charbel Raish
Welcome to the Lenten Pilgrimage for 2022!!!
Starting on Ash Wednesday and journeying up to Easter Sunday, we will meditate on the ‘Seven Last Words of Christ From the Cross’ through the wisdom of the Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.
Now available in Australia, the book ‘The Seven Last Words of Christ Explained‘ is an anthology of 9 books, containing the best of Archbishop Sheen’s Lenten reflections, compiled and published by Allan Smith of Bishop Sheen Today.
Sheen expert Allan Smith lays out our daily reading guide and joins Matthew-Hermann Tague LIVE each week in Parousia World to discuss the readings and answer questions.
We will run some ‘Parousia World Tech Support Sessions’ as well to help you join the online community so don’t panic if you’ve had difficulties joining in the past!
During the last two weeks of Lent, we will re-release ‘A Journey Through the Stations of the Cross’ with host, Steve Ray. Steve will also be offering a BONUS reflection on the Resurrection for Easter Sunday!
And speaking of BONUSES, join Matthew-Hermann Tague LIVE for prayer and fellowship with 2 Novenas!!! The first, leading up to the Feast of St Joseph, and the second, leading up to Divine Mercy Sunday!
Registration for this pilgrimage, the reading guide, live interviews, live novenas, and support sessions are completely free, however, we highly recommend you purchase the book ‘The Seven Last Words of Christ Explained‘ to get the most out of this year’s program. We also encourage you to sign up to Hallow to join us in the #Pray40 Lent Challenge and we offer you a three-month FREE Trial to do so!
This pilgrimage will be available via “Parousia World” (our alternative to secular social media platforms). All the live interviews, reading guide, community discussions, novenas, video releases, and updates will be shared there.
May we enter into a deeper appreciation of the sacrifice of Our Lord Jesus Christ through His Seven Last Words!
See you on the inside!
Founder of Parousia