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mel
2017-10-14, 08:15
I am a devotee of St. Jude Thaddeus, he never failed me even before... Though I lost a chance of attending novena every Thursday since I moved in Bul...
Guest
2017-03-11, 20:04
Saint Jude thank you for giving me hope when I thought all was lost!!!

I was first introduced to St. Jude's 9 day Novena when I was in f...

ASH WEDNESDAY (taken from EWTN.com)

Q: What is Ash Wednesday?

A: Ash Wednesday is the day Lent begins. It occurs forty days before Good Friday.

Q: Is Ash Wednesday based on a pagan festival?

A: Heck, no. Ash Wednesday originated in the A.D. 900s, long after Europe had been Christianized and the pagan cults stamped out.

Q: Why is it called Ash Wednesday?

A: Actually, Ash Wednesday is its colloquial name. Its official name is the Day of Ashes. It is called Ash <Wednesday> because, being forty days before Good Friday, it always falls on a Wednesday and it is called <Ash> Wednesday because on that day at church the faithful have their foreheads marked with ashes in the shape of a cross.

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