Reflections from the Bishop
Lenten is ycomen…. This opening line of a medieval English lyric means, “Spring has come”. The word, lenten, meant “Spring” – the season when the environment reawakens from its annual winter slumber. And so we know it as a season of new life, renewal, warmth, and growth. Spring is a season of light and new energy. At some point, the word was appropriated to the liturgical season between Ash Wednesday and Easter. It is an ironic appropriation.
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