The Lenten Challenge is also about spending time in prayer for others. I ask that you please take a few minutes today or tomorrow to pray for our UD RCIA participants - Andrew Foley, Justin Weaver, Cassie DeBolt, Denton Sagerman, Ellen Troyer, & Christopher Watercutter - who will be participating in the Rite of Election on Sunday night with Auxillary Bishop Joseph Binzer.
Sleep well and do something good for yourself tomorrow. My suggestion, get outside for a walk or a run. Enjoy this warmer weather, we’ve certainly waited long enough for it!
Toasted Cheese Ravioli
9 oz of Refrigerated Cheese Ravioli
1/4 c. milk
- Boil the raviolis for 3 minutes, drain.
- Whisk 1/4 c. milk and 1 egg.
- Dip the raviolis into the milk and egg mixture, then coat them with breadcrumbs.
- Bake in a single layer for 15 minutes at 425 degrees.
- Serve with warm marinara sauce.
"Whatever, therefore, you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God."
(I Corinth 10:31)
During the Lenten season many of us choose to ‘deprive’ ourselves of our favorite foods, hoping to bring us closer to God. Does it? For would it not bring us closer to God and give God glory, if we shared our favorite foods with another who do not have such a choice because they are poor and are deprived every day of favorite foods.
by Susan Handle Terbay, Writer and Administrative Assistant for the Center for Social Concern