Celebrate the Beginning of the Lenten Season

Celebrate the Beginning of the Lenten Season

February 21, 2023

Dear Friends,


As we enter the season of Lent, it is important that we all should pause to reflect on what this time of year represents. Lent is a period of fasting, prayer, and reflection that lasts 40 days and commemorates Jesus' temptation in the desert. The historic roots of Lent can be traced back to the Council of Nicaea in 325 A.D., when Lent was established as part of Catholic tradition.


The symbolic meaning behind Lent is one of transformation—as Jesus was tempted in the desert, so too are we called to transform our hearts and minds during this period. We take time to commemorate Lent by participating in prayer, alms-giving, and abstaining from certain luxuries like sweets or alcohol. Additionally, many will attend special services and events during the season, such as soup suppers or morning vigils.


Lent serves an important purpose for Catholics throughout the world—it is a reminder to focus on our spiritual growth and work to become closer to God through personal sacrifice. We hope that you find ways to look inwardly during this season and use it as an opportunity for reflection and personal growth: and that your hearts will be filled with the love of God as we seek to transform our hearts and minds.


Lumen Mundi and Devon are proud to offer a wide selection of sacramentals and religious items to help your customers celebrate this Holy time. Our selection includes thousands of items, including crucifixes, rosaries, prayer books, jewelry items, and artwork, perfect for displaying year-round, but especially during Lent. We take pride in offering the finest products that reflect the beauty and richness of our faith, making it easier for all to celebrate with friends and family. In addition, our customer service team is always ready to answer any questions about how best to use our products for upcoming celebrations.



Yours in Christ,


Gabrielle, Steve and the entire Devon/Lumen Mundi team

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