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CSULB students receive a cross of ashes on their foreheads for Ash Wednesday in the USU ballrooms. Ash Wednesday is the first day of the Catholic season of Lent, a time for remembering when Jesus Christ spent 40 days of fasting in the desert, enduring temptation from Satan.

CSULB students receive a cross of ashes on their foreheads for Ash Wednesday in the USU ballrooms. Ash Wednesday is the first day of the Catholic season of Lent, a time for remembering when Jesus Christ spent 40 days of fasting in the desert, enduring temptation from Satan.

Michael Ares

Michael Ares

CSULB students receive a cross of ashes on their foreheads for Ash Wednesday in the USU ballrooms. Ash Wednesday is the first day of the Catholic season of Lent, a time for remembering when Jesus Christ spent 40 days of fasting in the desert, enduring temptation from Satan.

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