Posted: Feb 13, 2013 10:03 AM by Brian White
TUCSON - "The imposition of ashes," a centuries old tradition practiced by Catholics and Episcopalians on Ash Wednesday, has come to the streets.
What normally required a trip to a church, is now being delivered to the faithful at places like Starbucks, bus stops and college campuses.
St. Phillips in the Hills Epsicopal Parish is offering "Ashes to Go" Wednesday as a way to bring religion to those who wouldn't normally take the time to stop by at a church.
Here are a list of Tucson places participating:
For more information call The Rev. Vicki K. Hesse at 520-299-6421 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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