Campus honors Ash Wednesday

Daniel Loera, director of multicultural affairs, distributes ashes Wednesday in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space for Ash Wednesday. In the Catholic tradition, the cross in ash on the forehead serves as a reminder of mortal sins and invites God’s forgiveness into the person’s life. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Daniel Loera, director of multicultural affairs, and Zandra Wagoner, university chaplain, lead the Ash Wednesday service in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space on Wednesday. Ash Wednesday is a day of fasting and prayer for Catholics and marks the first day of Lent. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz

Ayalen Ortiz, a freshman art major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine. He has past experience with graphic design, fine arts and video editing.

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