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Holy Week rekindles ancient church traditions

by Catholic News Agency in Faith

In the days just before Easter, Catholics will often engage in some ancient religious practices — some are so rare, they’re done only once a year during Holy Week. Beginning Palm Sunday, which is March [...]

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