Seafood eateries experience 'controlled chaos' on Fridays during Lent
... for me at all to deny myself meat (flesh meat)." This long-standing tradition of eating fish and other seafood on Fridays during Lent is one that Catholics and other Christians recognize, which is why the demand for seafood is so great. For the past ...
lent: no meat on fridays?
Catholics ... from meat on Fridays during Lent (the 40-some days before Easter). Catholics in other parts of the world abstain from meat on every Friday of the year. Answer by eringobrough at 11:21 AM on Feb. 24, 2009 Catholics do not eat meat on Fridays ...
You can’t eat meat during Lent, but why feast on lobster?
Why is it OK to eat fish on Fridays during Lent, but not other animals ... In the diocese where I live, for example, Catholics are asked to refrain from eating meat on the Fridays in Lent. However, the published guidelines specify that “by retaining ...
Can Catholics Eat Chicken on Fridays During Lent?
Chicken was being served for dinner. This was a problem, though, since it’s Lent and Catholics can’t eat meat on Fridays during Lent. In 1966 Pope Paul VI ... They were just happy they could eat chicken. Why did no one else there seem to think there ...
Catholics asked to avoid eating meat on Fridays Cardinal suggests abstinence in weeks leading up to Pope's visit
Keeler is encouraging local Catholics to refrain from eating meat on Fridays until the pontiff arrives ... explained to me so I could understand it why we shouldn't eat meat on Friday. I still abstain during Lent. I don't know why, but I do it."