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Bishop James Wall is the fourth Bishop of the Diocese of Gallup.

Are you ready for Lent? If not, never fear – we’ve got you covered! In this episode, Bishop Wall covers the three Lenten disciplines of Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving, and how you can best implement them to make this the Lenten season where you draw closer to God than ever before.

Discussion Points:

00: 54 – So what exactly is the Lenten season?

04:10 – Lenten practice #1: Prayer (contemplative and active)

08:34 – Lenten practice #2: Fasting and Abstinence

15:00 – Lenten Practice #3: Almsgiving

17:15 – Preparing for Lent – it’s never too late to start, no matter where we are in the season

21:40 – Why Lent is a joyful season

 

Links and Resources:

https://voiceofthesouthwest.org/the-5-best-lenten-smartphone-apps/

 

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