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‘Tarry awhile’: how the Black spiritual tradition of waiting expectantly could enrich your approach to Lent

By Christopher Wadibia, Junior Research Fellow in Theology, University of Oxford
Every year, hundreds of millions of Catholic and Protestant Christians around the world celebrate the season of Lent. For the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday, observers devote themselves to fasting, prayer and acts of generous giving.

Lots of people, who might not be observant, also take this time to give something up. In 2023, Country Living ran a listThe Conversation

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