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The importance of Ash Wednesday

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       Ash Wednesday is a significant day in the Christian calendar denoting the beginning of the repentant period of Lent which precedes Easter.
       In 2021, the day falls on Wednesday 17 February, marking the start of Lent. It’s observed by individuals from various sectors of Christianity, including Roman Catholics, Anglicans, Lutherans and Methodists. The practices of Ash Wednesday, such as the placing of ashes on the foreheads of participants, go back centuries. Here’s everything you need to know about Ash Wednesday:

What does the day signify?

      Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent, a six-week period during which Christians often abstain from rich foods such as meat and dairy.
     Some who take part also abstain from everyday habits such as watching excessive amounts of television. Christians take part in the annual abstinent period of Lent in order to commemorate Jesus Christ, who, according to a biblical narrative, once spent 40 days and nights fasting in the Judaean Desert while being tempted by Satan.

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