Who’s calling? God is calling. What does He want? He wants YOU. He invites and commands, but He graces and equips us to be and to do what we’re called to. His love beckons us to leave behind whatever impedes our growth as a disciple who is wholeheartedly in love with God and neighbor. Lent is prime time for change.
Martha Fernández-Sardina, Founder and Executive Director of Remember You Are Loved™, presents a series of Lenten reflections that are sure to help you get the most out of this Season of Lent! Tune in as she discusses with Bill Snyder the purpose of the Lenten call to conversion and renewal, and how we can –and should– take full advantage of this graced time to grow. Learn why we are called to love God with our whole being and our neighbor as ourselves. Learn why we are called to be saints. Make this Lent about you – about your spiritual and human growth: both you and others will benefit from your conversion, and the God of the Universe will be pleased with the new you come Easter Sunday. Tune in regularly, listen prayerfully, and invite others to do the same. A purposeful observance of Lent will change your life for good!
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Remember You Are Loved™/Eres Amado™/Você É Amado™ is a multilingual and multimedia, adaptable and easy to implement New Evangelization Outreach Project of Prepare The Way Enterprises™ that is touching hearts and changing lives around the world, by reaching and teaching people how to receive and give love, how to love more and love better every day so as to create, through this "heart-to-heart" love-driven and love-giving new evangelization, a "culture of encounter", a "culture of love", a "civilization of love" where God's love will reign in hearts, homes, and society and serve as an antidote to the "globalization of indifference" and "throwaway culture" decried by Pope Francis, and the increasing animosity and "globalization of hatred" we witness among people on all sides. We can do better.