After a Year In a Pandemic, What Do We Give Up for Lent?

For nearly a year, we have all been living in a pandemic world, giving up myriad things that make up our usual daily lives. In-person Masses and family gatherings have been few and far between, and for many, loss of work, and tragically, loss of life, has been detrimental. So, with the season of Lent approaching, what do we have left to give up? This Q&A with a Catholic author in Crux offers insight on how to view the act of giving up in a different light this season, with inspiration drawn from St. Therese of Lisieux.
February 15, 2021 - 8:18am

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