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Lent Madness 2015 bracket announced

Lent Madness 2015 bracket announced

Matchups for Lent Madness were announced Monday. The popular way to learn about our fore mothers and fathers in the faith through reading essays about them and voting for one of of the pair each day has published the bracket for Lent 2015:

It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for: the unveiling of the 2015 Lent Madness bracket. Stay tuned for the SEC’s (Supreme Executive Committee) color commentary on the bracket, highlighting some of the epic contests that will take place over the course of Lent Madness 2015. Right now you should read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest the bracket. Then brag to all your friends about how you’ve memorized all the match-ups and can’t wait for Lent to begin.

Read more here and see bracket below.

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Clark West

And Hadewijch against Juan Diego??

Neither will tolerate a defeat for the other or a victory for themselves! I predict double, nay triple, nay infinite overtime!

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Dirk C. Reinken

Pitting Cuthbert against Bede is just plain cruel. Only 106 days left until Lent!

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