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Each of us is created as a holy vessel of embodied love. But after the toxicity and pain of last year, our sense of wholeness has been shattered. And so, this Lent will be a “season of recovery.” We will witness Jesus’ solidarity with those who suffer, and seek healing practices for body, mind, and spirit – personal and communal – creating beauty from that which feels broken.

In this Lenten “season of recovery,” we will explore the healing narratives of Jesus that tell of divine solidarity with human suffering and remind us that we can begin a journey toward making something beautiful from that which is seemingly broken.