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6 facts you need to know about the period of Lent

This year's lent begins on February 18 and ends on April 2, which is technically fourty-six days, excluding Sundays considered as a day of worship and rest

The Lenten season is a time of reflection and a time of change in the life of every Christian, observed with prayers, penance, fasting and sacrifice.

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Here are six facts about the period of Lent.

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