What does Lent mean to you? What prayers, devotions, Scriptures and actions guide your journey through this season?
CatholicPhilly.com recently asked several students from Conwell-Egan Catholic High School in Fairless Hills to share their thoughts on Lent, and how they intend to prepare themselves for the joy of Easter.
(Click on the play icon for audio. Original music by composer Alan Špiljak; used with permission.)
Bridgett Baker (Class of 2019)
Collin O’Neill (Class of 2019)
Caitlin O’Neill (Class of 2021)
Kevin Teague (Class of 2021)
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