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Lent

Offensive and harmful words are amplified by the internet, he says.
I can't condone an institution that does not atone for its own sins.
As more and more Christian faith communities are coming to understand care for creation as central to their spiritual mission, ecological and climate justice are featuring prominently in the ways they live out their faith and celebrate seasons like Lent and Easter.
Fish on Fridays has never been this tasty.
Let's be honest: its coffee is inferior to other options out there, and its doughnuts taste no better than sponge. It's not
Lent is officially over on Holy Thursday (April 17), marking an end to weeks of abstinence from vices like rich food. The
If one more good-natured yogi, lifestyle guru or hipster hack attack tells me to drink more warm water and lemon or take time to stretch I'm honestly gonna cry. The only thing life hacks have given me is a huge list of shit I'm so aware that I'm not doing. I don't stretch every morning.
On Wednesday, March 5, at about 12:40 a.m. I ate 7 delicious samosas. I haven't had a bite since. I have taken on the seemingly crazy goal of fasting from solid food for the 40 days of Lent. While Lent is definitely a time for quiet reflection and thankfulness, more importantly, it is a time of training.
It's that time again! Lent begins on March 5 (Ash Wednesday). It's an approximately six-week period in which Christians give