6:15pm Refreshments | 6:30pm Video & Talk
7:15pm Reflection | 7:30pm Benediction
Lenten Talk 1: The Story of Death (6 March)
Where did death come from? What does death mean for the human person? Is it simply just a part of life, or is it something else? In this first session, we discuss the story of death and God's response to it: defeating death by dying and rising from the dead.
Lenten Talk 2: The Afterlife (13 March)
What happens after the moment of our death? Once the soul has been separated from the body, then what? What is heaven, hell, and purgatory? What is the difference between the particular judgment and the general judgment? This session looks at the truth about what awaits the human person on the other side of death.
Lenten Talk 3: The Hour of Our Death (20 March)
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is one of the seven sacraments of the Church. But whom exactly is this sacrament for? What are its effects? In this session, we discover the role of this sacramental anointing in the spiritual struggle during serious illness, in the final stages of our temporal life, and at the hour of our death.
Lenten Talk 4: The Faithful Departed (27 March)
What is left for the living to do after someone dies? In this session, we talk about the final ways in which those still living on earth care for the body and soul of the dead. We discuss the work that remains for the living to do as we grieve for the deceased and as we turn to the work of preparing for our own death, and the hope in which we live and die as Christians.