Lent 2013

(This post will remain at the top of the blog throughout Lent.  Look below for new entries.)lent

We have posted several hundred Lent-related entries here at Lent and Beyond since 2006.  You can find all our Lent and Holy Week entries using these links:


Lent Devotionals , Lent – Family & Children’s activities , Lent Prayers , Lent Quotes , Lent Resources

Holy Week Entries

Also, please check out our sidebar menu with dozens of links to great Lenten resources.

We hope to post several new Lenten devotional entries, prayers or quotes per week throughout 2013.  Here are links and indexes for ALL posts from each Lenten season:

In addition to these links to all of the Lent entries here at Lent & Beyond, please also be sure to check out this brand new compilation of recommended blogs and websites for Lenten devotionals and resources for Lent 2013.

As always, we’d love to hear what our readers find helpful, or any recommendations you have about Lenten resources, devotionals, or to share how the Lord has worked in your lives through your Lenten disciplines.

Wishing all of our readers a Blessed & Holy Lent.
-Karen and all of us at Lent & Beyond

4 Responses to Lent 2013

  1. John says:

    For 2013, I keep getting returned to the same page. Am I missing something?

  2. Hi John, so far there are only 2 entries posted for Lent 2013: this “menu / quick links” post, which will stay at the top of the blog throughout Lent, and the quote about prayer and suffering from Pope Benedict. As we post more materials over the coming days and weeks, the 2013 link should be more valuable.

  3. John says:

    Thank you. Just sent you an email with specifics for my church.

  4. For the benefit of our readers, here are the details of the email which John refers to in the comment above:

    My church, St. Peter’s Anglican Church in Tallahassee, Florida, will once again have an online Lenten Devotional.

    It can be found at http://www.saint-peters.net/lent.

    We will also have a daily email beginning tomorrow. Here is more information:

    The St. Peter’s Lenten Devotional contains devotions written by members of St. Peter’s for each of the 40 days of Lent. For online users, it is available in two formats.

    Website. The devotional will be available online every day through Easter, March 31 at http://www.saint-peters.net/lent.
    By E-mail You may elect to receive the devotional every day by e-mail. Visit the St. Peter’s website to sign up. On February 12, all current subscribers to ANY St. Peter’s Constant Contact email list will receive the first email with instructions provided to opt-in for the 2013 devotional. (Subscribers to the 2012 devotional and recent subscribers to the 2013 edition are already enrolled.)


    John Dickson, Webmaster
    St. Peter’s Anglican Church
    Tallahassee, Florida

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