Ideally the way we live Lent should be the way we live the whole year, but one way or another we often lapse here and there--not being so constant in our prayer time, forgetting about acts of self-denial, not keeping the other fast and abstinence days of the Christian year, neglecting the needs of our brothers and sisters, losing the vision of our true humanity, and so on. Keeping a good Lent may encourage us to continue living in such a manner all year.
In writing this revised edition of Living Lent, author Marianne Dorman provides a helpful tool to help Catholic Christians become more aware of the importance of Scripture in their daily lives, while meditating on one aspect of the Christian faith with each day of Lent.
"It is essential to understand there should be no separation between the holy and the human as divinity and humanity are one through Christ."
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