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Ash Wednesday celebrated at St. David Catholic School

Native Language teacher Mrs. Dawn Fielding and grade 4 student Ceira Penny proudly display their ashes after an Ash Wednesday school celebration.

March 3, 2017 - St. David Catholic School held an Ash Wednesday celebration to mark the beginning of the season of Lent. Lent is a time when Catholics prepare for Easter by fasting, repentance and moderation. In the Old Testament, people used ashes as a sign of repentance.

The students and staff of St. David Catholic School spoke about how to better walk with God in practical terms. This means being kind to each other and supporting each other in times of need. According to the school vice principal, Mr. Colin Lapalme, "As a school community, it is beautiful when we can come together and celebrate our faith".



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