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  • Video: Catholics observe Ash Wednesday at Capitol steps

    Sacramento Bishop Jaime Soto presided at Ash Wednesday services on the north side of the Capitol. About 60 people attended. Ash Wednesday receives its name from the ritual of marking churchgoers' foreheads with ash in the shape of the cross.

Sacramento Bishop Jaime Soto presided at Ash Wednesday services on the north side of the Capitol. About 60 people attended. Ash Wednesday receives its name from the ritual of marking churchgoers' foreheads with ash in the shape of the cross. Bill Lindelof The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento Bishop Jaime Soto presided at Ash Wednesday services on the north side of the Capitol. About 60 people attended. Ash Wednesday receives its name from the ritual of marking churchgoers' foreheads with ash in the shape of the cross. Bill Lindelof The Sacramento Bee

Ash Wednesday observed on Sacramento’s streets, Capitol steps

February 10, 2016 8:04 AM

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