It seems sometimes that Lent lasts forever, or maybe it is just the trials everyone seems to be going through this Lent, that it appears that way. Since Lent feels like it is lasting a long time, I thought I would give you a few more Lenten resources that could be helpful to you:
Eric Sammons at The Divine Life blog posted this wonderful speech given by Daniel Cardinal DiNardo of Houston/Galveston at the Convocation of Houston Baptist University
What is great about this is the excellent unpacking of John 14:6 (”I am the way, the truth, and the life.”) I found his scholarship and faith riveting and enjoyed watching it very much.
Edward Pentin at the National Catholic Register has a link to a beautiful panoramic virtual tour of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, the church that marks the place of Christ’s death and resurrection. The detail and clarity of the tour is marvelous and you might find it helpful in meditation.
I wish I could remember where I found this in my travels online, but here is a link to the National Gallery of Art in Washington where they have a beautiful exhibition until the end of May called “The Sacred Made Real: Spanish Painting and Sculpture, 1600–1700” Click on Exhibition Highlights to see a beautiful slideshow of this sacred art. These stunning works would also be wonderful for meditation and each has a brief explanation that is very helpful.