How do I give up Lent on Facebook?

How do I give up Lent on Facebook?

Here’s a simple guide for anyone wanting to go Facebook cold turkey:

  1. Set your status. This is an obvious first step in any Facebook fast.
  2. Write down birthdays.
  3. Relax about application requests.
  4. Consider changing your photo.
  5. Don’t forget to turn off your Twitter forwards.

What are the weekly themes of Lent?

We’ve started with a series of worship times for the seven Sundays in Lent, exploring the Lenten themes of temptation, confession, forgiveness, and community. The series culminates by reflecting on the death and resurrection of Christ.

What is the main message of Lent?

The purpose of Lent is the preparation of the believer for Easter through prayer, mortifying the flesh, repentance of sins, almsgiving, simple living, and self-denial.

What are the three acts that you should do during Lent?

Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving: The Three Pillars of Lent

  • Pray daily.
  • If you are praying daily already then start adding a few more minutes a day to your prayer time.
  • Pray the rosary daily, it only takes 22 minutes (yes I’ve timed myself lol)
  • Pray the chaplet of Divine Mercy.
  • Try lectio divina.

How do I give up social media for Lent?

Tips on how to avoid Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram over Lent

  1. Uninstall the apps on your phone.
  2. Buy a real alarm clock.
  3. Hide your phone away.
  4. Get your calendar in order.
  5. Prepare your pals.

What are the rules of Lent?

Fasting consists of one full meal per day, with two smaller meals that do not add up to a full meal, and no snacks. Every person 14 years of age or older must abstain from meat on all other Fridays of the year unless he or she substitutes some other form of penance for abstinence.

Do people give up social media for Lent?

According to a study carried out at Nottingham Trent University, most of us check our mobiles around 85 times per day – so giving up trying a ‘digital detox’ for Lent may be a good way to decrease this amount.