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John 13:34

love one another as I have loved you

John 13:34

Thursday, December 27, 2018

TRUST—Lenten Program 2019 | ORDER NOW!

We are pleased to announce that we are now taking orders for our
TRUST—Lenten Program 2019
book and triple CD resource.

is a 76-page full colour book (240x170mm) with bulk pricing starting from only $5.00 per copy (for GST Free Catholic Religious Groups).

also includes short daily reflections (from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday) in addition to the longer-form Sunday Gospel reflections, spiritual direction, gospel readings, responsorial psalms, prayers and reflection questions that are traditionally part of the Lenten program for groups.

is also perfect for individuals who cannot attend a Lenten group.

For those part of a Lenten group, we are honoured to have Fr Sean Cullen (parish priest at St Thomas Aquinas Parish in Bowral and St Michael's Parish in Mittagong) and Sr Hilda Scott OSB (vocations director at the Benedictine Abbey, Jamberoo) providing the Sunday Gopel reflections and spiritual direction. The shorter daily reflections have been written by 14 fantastic clergy, religious and lay contributors from around the world.

also features beautiful religious artworks from the Masters such Rembrandt, Rivière, Rubens, Fetti, Batoni and Ciseri which Monsignor Graham Schmitzer expertly breaks open as part of his popular artwork reflections.

is accompanied by a Triple CD Resource that includes six beautiful responsorial psalms recorded especially for the Lenten program—written by acclaimed Catholic composer, Paul Mason, and arranged and performed by one of Australia's leading session musicians, Seth Harsh, and sung by the talented Michaela Rose and Fiesta Mataele.

The Triple CD resource also includes audio narrations of the readings by Bishop Brian Mascord and Jude Hennessy, and audio narrations of the Sunday Gospel reflections narrated by Fr Sean and spiritual direction by Sr Hilda.

We have intentionally kept the bulk-pricing cost as low as possible to encourage parishes, schools and communities to buy the book on behalf of their communities.

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