Simple Scripture quotations, cartoons, and thoughts for daily reflection for the season of Lent (and a bit before).
A Light Approach to the Serious Matter of Faithfully Following Christ
Three formats: double-sided handouts/inserts, booklets, and images/plain text.
Pope Francis has been clear that he wants us leaders of the church to have the smell of the sheep. Make your weekly bulletin or Facebook page smell like the sheep, too, with this delightful day-by-day Lenten resource by the hilarious and thoughtful Jean Denton. Use it in one of these ways:
- Print a double-sided handout each week of the Lenten season and insert it in your bulletin or distribute it at parish meetings.
- Paste both pages directly into your weekly bulletin document files (we provide full-page images).
- Paste one cartoon per day along with the reflection text on your parish social media account: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
- Email one cartoon per day to your parishioners.
Jean's cartoons will draw people in and then guide them to a simple daily reflection question.
The price for this resource includes a license to reproduce or email this resource to share it with anyone in your parish. It is designed to reproduce well in color or black & white. It's an extremely affordable way to help your people reflect more deeply on the season.
This reproducible eResource is sold with a lifetime license for use within a parish, school, or diocesan office. You are allowed to make unlimited copies for use within your own community. You may also email these to members of your team or participants in your program. If you serve more than one parish or school, each should purchase its own license. You may are allowed to post this eResource to social media sites or websites in a serialized manner, but you may not post the full resource in its entirety at once. Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for cooperating with our honor system regarding our product licenses.
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The Pastoral Center
Jean Denton is a cartoonist, illustrator and journalist. Her "Flock" cartoon feature has been running in the North Texas Catholic newspaper since 1997. It's also been in a few other Catholic papers and magazines, and in 2007, Twenty-Third Publications published a collection of The Flock cartoons entitled "Well-Drawn Faith." Besides drawing The Flock, Jean has been a Catholic newspaper reporter, columnist, and illustrator for more than 25 years. A veteran parish catechist, former youth minister, wife, mother of three adult children, she holds a certificate in Christian spirituality from Loyola University of New Orleans.