By request, I’m consolidating in one place a list of Anglican sites that are publishing daily devotionals or prayers during Lent 2012, and which I can highly recommend:
ESV Bible Online – BCP Daily Office Lectionary (the daily Bible readings – no commentary, just the Scriptures appointed for each day)
The King’s English blog (not explicitly Lent-themed)
Daily AUDIO Devotionals (Morning & Evening Prayer) from St. Paul’s Anglican (REC) Church in Baton Rouge, LA – an exciting, newly-discovered resource!
Cradle of Prayer: Another excellent site with daily audio Anglican prayer services online.
It’s great to see such “flagship” Anglican parishes taking the lead in providing excellent teaching and devotional resources.
update 3: St Paul’s REC in Baton Rouge (linked above for their daily audio devotionals) also has a FANTASTIC Lenten resource booklet with 8 articles and resources for Lent from Classical Anglican sources. All Anglicans should check this out!
Update 4: A priest in the Church of Ireland, the Rev. Patrick Comerford, canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, is publishing daily poems and reflections throughout Lent. You can find them all here.
Update 5: St John’s Anglican parish in Tulare, CA, the parish of a wonderful friend of Lent & Beyond, Fr. Rob Eaton, has daily Lectionary audio podcasts for Lent. Go here for details and the link.
ALSO: it’s not a daily devotional, but in terms of Anglican resources, we can’t recommend highly enough Bishop Mark Lawrence’s Lenten mediations at Trinity School for Ministry on Ash Wednesday. Links and details here.
Anglican blogs with less regular Devotional entries:
All of the above links are to Anglican ministries or bloggers. I know I often link and post a lot of non-Anglican material and resources here, too, but I wanted to highlight those Anglican bloggers and ministries producing great devotionals.
I welcome recommendations & links from our readers!