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What is Lent?

The solemn 40-day period before Easter, starts on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Thursday. It is a season of penitence (repentance) and preparation. Throughout Lent Catholics engage in the spiritual disciplines of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. These practices serve to deepen our connection with God, our awareness of Jesus’ sacrificial love, and to prepare our hearts and minds for the Paschal Mystery—the journey of Jesus' passion, death, and resurrection. Lent is an invitation to reflect, repent, and renew one's commitment to living a life of faith, ultimately leading to the joyful celebration of Easter.


Lenten Opportunities at St. Eulalia’s

Lent is a time to pray, fast and serve

  • Daily Lenten Reflections

Written by parishioners and published to our Facebook page. Anyone interested in writing a reflection please contact Alysia Clancy via email or at 570-842-7656

  • Stations of the Cross

Fridays @ 12noon (new) and 7pm


  • Eucharistic Adoration

Mondays 6-7pm & Wednesdays 4-7pm (new)


  • Confessions

Mondays 6-7pm, Saturdays 3-3:45pm, and by request

  • Coffee and Conversation

Wednesdays at 9am, Feb. 21-March 20

  • North Pocono Community Services, Thursday @ 7pm

2/22 at St. Eulalia, light reception to follow

2/29 at Maple Lake UMC (Fr. Dave, homilist)

3/7 at Moscow UMC

3/14 at Cross Road AG

3/21 at St. Catherine of Siena

  • Lenten Reflection Study with Deacon Nick

Wednesday, March 6 at 6pm


  • Healing Mass

Friday, March 8 at 6pm followed by Stations


  • Easter Baskets for Friends of the Poor

All Easter Baskets can include candy, small games, toys, and stuffed animals and must be wrapped in clear cellophane. Due Sunday, March 17.

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