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Published: Monday 27th February 2017
The season of Lent begins tomorrow with the celebration of Ash Wednesday.
Lent is one of the most important seasons observed by Christians. It is a period of time between Ash Wednesday and Easter and is geared towards prayer, giving to those in need and fasting.
ACU staff are encouraged to get involved in a challenge to support those who are assisted by the St Vincent de Paul Society (Vinnies).
The challenge is, for every day during the season of Lent, to pick one item of clothing or another object in your home that you no longer need and put it into a plastic bag.
When Easter comes you will have a bag full of items you can drop into your local Vinnies store or clothing bin. This will allow people who need assistance to benefit from your season of renewal.
The bags will be distributed at Ash Wednesday Mass on each Campus and are also available from Campus Ministry on your Campus.
Ash Wednesday Mass times for each Campus:
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