Mortal Reflection

Mortal Reflection

Lent is the season leading up to Easter in the Christian liturgical calendar, a time of austerity, penitence, and reflection on one’s mortality. Rev. Paige Getty considers what might be universally meaningful in this observance, even for us who are not Christians.

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Ash Wednesday poems from enfleshed —
enfleshed.com/liturgy/ash-wednesday

“A Lenten Sermon for Subscribers”, in The Corners newsletter
Nadia Bolz-Weber
February 21, 2021
thecorners.substack.com/p/a-lenten-sermon-for-subscribers

“Lent”, in The Corners newsletter
Nadia Bolz-Weber
Feb 25, 2020
thecorners.substack.com/p/lent

Absolutely Alive and Entirely Empty
by Richard Rohr from Wondrous Encounters: Scripture for Lent (p. 9)
uua.org/worship/words/quote/absolutely-alive-and-entirely-empty

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