2/26/17 Dr. Ruth Miller – The Season of Awareness
Next Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, when many Christians begin the season of Lent, with its traditions of prayer and sacrifice. The tradition is one of many adopted and adapted by the Roman Church from the peoples it brought together across the Empire, with both economic and spiritual bases. Rev Ruth Miller leads us on a journey through time and space to give us a sense of the ancient reasons for – and available power of – the season.
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