Photos of San Francisco Bay, usually taken from our balcony.
Complete with reaffirmation of baptism? Nice.Have a blessed Lent, Louis.
Maybe, there is still hope for man.
And now we look forward to Easter.
Nice photos. Other than that, no comment.Except that, thanks to you, I'm going to have to go by my dentists office to check his masonry drill!
No more comment again.Except to say that YOUR smart-ass comment on Paree was just despicable. How dare you cast aspersions on my poor little self, when in fact I was huddling in my jacket (which was not warm enough) on the GROUND while my intrepid little wife was making her way to the top to take a bunch of photos like this one?It was freezing! But I had no choice 'cause I do not like high places!
We have the imposition of ashes but not reaffirmation of baptism. At least, not on Ash Wednesday. Interesting. I tried taking a picture of the cross of ashes on my forehead yesterday, but no go. ;)
Wonderful post, thanks a lot for sharing those pictures.It's an important tradition.Léia :)
Lovely service. I like to see how other denominations celebrate .V
I got my ashes last night! I wish I had thought about trying to get a picture of them.
It looks like a wonderful service!
Thanks for sharing these fine and significant images, Louis.Lent is a time of spiritual reflection: very important, from my point of view.
N'étant pas croyante, I can't really relate, though I respect this very much. Now the fresh crabs: mmmmm, j'ai faim, c'est l'heure de dîner !
I didn't make it to an Ash Wednesday service, but I'm glad you did.
Like Lois, yesterday I thought during our Ash Wednesday service that I should have had my blogger camera along... Nice snaps, Louis!
Blessings to you and Mme. LaVache for Ash Wednesday and Lent. Thank you for the photos of your church's service.Three Rivers Daily Photo
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