The Word Lent Reflections

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Welcome to the Word, scripture reflections from America Media! Join us throughout the Lenten season as we offer a special presentation of the Gospel, Passion and Resurrection narratives. 

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First Sunday of Lent: 

Second Sunday of Lent:

Third Sunday of Lent:

Fourth Sunday of Lent:

Fifth Sunday of Lent:

Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion:

Monday of Holy Week: 

Tuesday of Holy Week: 

Wednesday of Holy Week: 

Holy Thursday:

Good Friday of the Lord's Passion:

Holy Saturday:

Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord:

Our Lent reflections were written by staff at America: Ryan Di Corpo, Tucker Redding, S.J., Kevin Jackson, Ian Peoples, S.J., Joe Hoover, S.J., Isabelle Senechal, Vivian Cabrera, J.D. Long-García, Nicholas D. Sawicki and Colleen Dulle.

These episodes were recorded in the William J. Loschert Studio at America Media and produced and edited by Isabelle Senechal and Tucker Redding, S.J. 

Special thanks to the America staffers who lent their voices to this project: Kerry Weber, Zac Davis, Sebastian Gomes, Tucker Redding, S.J., James Martin, S.J., Ashley McKinless, James Cappabianca, Colleen Dulle, Isabelle Senechal, Joe Hoover, S.J., Sam Sawyer, S.J. and Vivian Cabrera. 

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