Santa Pudenziana, Roman Station Church

I hope you are enjoying the YouTube series. I am really excited to get these published. It is a lot of work, but a good Lenten practice for me.

I thank you for your prayers along the way. And like I have said before, don’t hesitate to write to me and ask me to take prayers with me along this Lenten Journey. You can head to the menu and contact page to write to me, if you don’t have access to my email already. [Or use the form below].

Oh… and yes, your prayers are ALWAYS appreciated! I love doing this work, but it isn’t easy to manage. At least not in conjunction with everything else.

Projects that remain:

Catena Aurea Liturgical Year project. I’m awaiting the foreword to be written by someone very important. And my editing has to be put on hold during these days of Lent, at least until next week as I am writing a paper for my seminar at the Angelicum. [A topic I am not excited for…but I’ll leave that to your imagination, let’s just say I have to work extensively with Lumen Gentium and Nostra Aetate].

I have some other book projects that are on my wish list to get done for you.

Then, the YouTube project will grow into some devotionals and catechesis on a weekly basis after Lent. And then I’d hope to prepare for next Lent from September on, focusing the video content on a spiritual level as is consistent with this blog and my Instagram work.

I hope you are having a blessed Lent! Let’s not forget to pray for each other!

Next week I’ll do the Scala Santa — let me know for what intentions I can pray…

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