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Carnival/Ash Wednesday in St. Barts

Ash Wednesday is known as the first day of Lent for many Christians worldwide. It is the beginning of the Lenten fast. The Lenten fast lasts for 40 days (excluding Sundays) and ends on Holy Saturday, which is the day before Easter Sunday.

Ash is an important symbol of Ash Wednesday in many Christian churches.
Ash is an important symbol of Ash Wednesday in many Christian churches.
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About Carnival/Ash Wednesday

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Carnival/Ash Wednesday Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
WedFeb 172010Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedMar 92011Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedFeb 222012Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedFeb 132013Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedMar 52014Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedFeb 182015Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedFeb 102016Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedMar 12017Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedFeb 142018Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedMar 62019Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance
WedFeb 262020Carnival/Ash WednesdayObservance

Quick Facts

Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent in western Christian churches.

Carnival/Ash Wednesday 2018

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Carnival/Ash Wednesday 2019

Wednesday, March 6, 2019


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