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Priest Pulse: Ash Wednesday Special

Priest Pulse: Ash Wednesday Special

After a bit of a winter wedding break we return with our Ash Wednesday special episode! On this episode the Rev. Emily Mellott joins us to evangelize Ashes to Go, a popular movement in the Episcopal Church and beyond to bring the message and rituals of Ash Wednesday out of the doors of the Church and into the streets. We discuss the ins and outs, as well as the controversy, of Ashes to Go, and the significance and wonder of the season of Lent. We also raise the question: will we have a Lent Madness episode this year? Will the Lent Madness Supreme Executive Committee return our phone calls? Will we stop asking these ridiculous questions? Only time will tell.
Ashes to Go

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