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Give up violent speech and negativity for Lent — Archbishop at Ash Wednesday Mass

A return to loving language, responses and gestures will engender a renewal of the family and nation. This is what Archbishop Jason Gordon is appealing for during the 40-day penitential period of Lent.

The Archbishop, in his Ash Wednesday homily at noon Mass, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, San Fernando made an impassioned plea for this year’s Lenten observance to be a period where the faithful move away from violence in its different forms.

“This year for Lent, I want to highlight violence in our hearts, and I want us to make a commitment that in our families, we will repent of the violence, and the violent words and actions we have done in our families”, he said.

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