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Good deeds top Lent pledges as persons glance to assistance communities in ‘times of trouble’

A modern social media poll by British isles charity CAFOD observed 8 out of 10 people today would rather ‘do anything for good’ than make a Lent pledge of providing a little something up. This shift in frame of mind displays a common transformation as the Head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, dedicates his Lenten concept to hope and kindness.

This Lent folks are seeking to change their traditional Lent pledges of offering up items like chocolate, crisps, and liquor or their social media, and as an alternative take up every day acts of kindness, a Uk charity has

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