ACH081: The period between Epiphany and Ash Wednesday is known in some Catholic places as Carnival, a time to celebrate before the penitential season of Lent. Tom and Noelle Crowe Tell us that in many places it is far from the bacchanalia of the popular imagination with many family friendly customs.
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Links for this episode:
- Where Was the First Mardi Gras?
- 9 Things You May Not Know About Mardi Gras
- Mardi Gras History | Mardi Gras New Orleans
- Mardi Gras – Wikipedia
- Carnival – Wikipedia
- Margaret Haughery
- Henriette DeLille
- World Famous Bakery & King Cakes – Gambinos Bakery
- American Catholic History pilgrimage to the Kentucky Catholic Holy Land in 2021
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