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Identify the Ash - Forestry - About.com
An ash commonly refers to trees of the genus Fraxinus (from Latin "ash tree") in the olive family Oleaceae. The ashes are usually medium to large trees, mostly ...
Green Ash, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America - Forestry
Green Ash is one of 2 most common ash trees in North America. Green ash looks very much like white ash but can be identified by looking at the leaf scar.
White Ash, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America - Forestry
White ash is the largest of the ashes native to North America. Its growth is very responsive when growing in rich soils but is never a dominant forest species.
What Do Christians Celebrate on Ash Wednesday? - Christianity
Learn all about Ash Wednesday and what Christians commemorate this first day of the Lenten Season?
Ash Wednesday in the Catholic Church - Catholicism - About.com
A woman prays after receiving ashes on her forehead in observance of Ash Wednesday at Saint Louis Cathedral, February 6, 2008, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
When Is Ash Wednesday? - Catholicism - About.com
The date of Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, changes every year. Find the date of Ash Wednesday.
Should Catholics Keep Their Ash Wednesday Ashes on All Day?
When you receive ashes on Ash Wednesday, do you have to keep them on all day?
When Is Ash Wednesday 2016? - Catholicism - About.com
Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent, the season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday. Find the date of Ash Wednesday 2016.
What Determines the Date of Ash Wednesday?
Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, falls on a different date each year. What determines the date of Ash Wednesday?
When Is Ash Wednesday 2015? - Catholicism - About.com
Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent, the season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday. Find the date of Ash Wednesday 2015.