Cardinal Timothy Dolan talks Ash Wednesday during COVID-19

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NEW YORK — Like all holidays and religious gatherings, Ash Wednesday will look different this year due to COVID-19.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan explained how Catholics can still safely get their ashes, how they will be distributed and what precautions are put in place.

Cardinal Dolan also discussed a rise in enrollment in Catholic schools and why he thinks the pandemic led to the increase in students.

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