Good Friday is a Christian religious holiday commemorating the crucifixion of
Jesus Christ and .... "On this Holy day neither a meal is offered nor do we eat on
this day of the crucifixion. ......
To your question, Catholics are also required to abstain from eating meat on both
Good Friday and each Friday in Lent (as well as Ash Wednesday). Fish is used ...
I was in elementary school back when plethoras roamed the earth, dinosaurs
weren't just in zoos, and Catholics still had to eat fish on Friday. Other religious ...
On Good Friday, most Catholics must abstain from eating meat - but they are
allowed to eat fish. What makes fish any different? Are Catholics ...
Feb 16, 2010 ... Just why do Catholics eat fish on Friday – or, better said, why do ... or good work
was substituted in its place, such as praying the Stations of the ...
Apr 6, 2012 ... This "realpolitik" explanation of why Catholics eat fish on Friday has ... times:
There was no good way for fresh fish to reach the devout masses.
Nowadays meat is only prohibited on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, and ... If
there is no eating meat on Fridays, then why is eating fish allowed for Catholics?
Answer to a question asking where the Bible says that eating meat on Good
Friday is a sin.
Question: Why is fish the only meat that we can eat on Friday? ... are to be
observed on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday" (Code of Canon Law 1250, 1251
Apr 5, 2012 ... When I was growing up, we never ate red meat on Good Friday. We always ate
fish instead. No one really ever explained it to me, it was just ...