Lent Meme

March 2, 2014

Simon of Cyrene Helps Jesus Carry the Cross, c. 1565, Titian (Tiziano) (b. 1490, Pieve di Cadore, d. 1576, Venezia), Oil on canvas, Museo del Prado, Madrid

Simon of Cyrene Helps Jesus Carry the Cross, c. 1565, Titian (Tiziano) (b. 1490, Pieve di Cadore, d. 1576, Venezia), Oil on canvas, Museo del Prado, Madrid

Victor over at Time for Reflections devised this simple meme for Lent which I am passing on to all my readers. Just read and follow the instructions.

RULES

1. Copy paste this post on your Blog.

2. Contact as many other Bloggers as you like and leave them this comment: “You have been tagged for the LENT MEME on my Blog”.

3. And now the difficult bit: Do someone a good deed. Anyone. Relative, friend or stranger. Any good deed. Saying a prayer for someone in need. Helping an old person with shopping, transport, gardening. Visiting a sick person. Giving some money to charity. Just use your imagination and do any good deed. If you are greedy you can do more than one good deed. To more than one person. You can do a good deed every day of Lent if you wish. The minimum is just one good deed.

4. That’s it. I can’t think of any other rules.

5. Thanx. God bless.

If you’ve never visited Victor’s blog you’re missing out on a talented and devoted Catholic’s ability to tell enjoyable stories. Why not take a peek now?

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V. Praised be Jesus Christ!

R. Now and forever!

(Click on the link above to read why I end my posts this way.)

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1 Comment to Lent Meme

  1. Thank you so much Barbara for your kindness and generosity. I really appreciate your encouragement and support.

    God bless you and yours.
    Victor S E Moubarak recently posted..LENT MEME

  2. Victor S E Moubarak on March 2nd, 2014

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