Good Friday is a Christian holiday commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ
and his death .... "On this Holy day neither a meal is offered nor do we eat on this
day of the crucifixion. ......
You could buy better fish and vegetables, but the point is that you could eat
without money if you were poor. So meat was rich people's food and fish was
On Good Friday, most Catholics must abstain from eating meat - but they are ...
such as margarine and gelatin which do not have any meat taste. .... I figure we
allowed fish but not meat on Fridays during Lent because our first ...
Apr 6, 2012 ... An old myth holds that Catholics eat fish on Fridays because of a secret pact a ...
to eat a reptile on Friday," Foley tells The Salt, "you could do that, too. ... And
preservation was a must in medieval times: There was no good way ...
1 Thus, we combine the three: 'man' eats 'fish' on 'Shabbat' thus causing that he ...
Additionally, fish are creatures that do not have eyelids and thus never close ...
Why do some Catholics eat fish on Fridays? ... Question: Why is fish the only
meat that we can eat on Friday? Answer: When I was a boy, my mother always ...
Answer to a question asking where the Bible says that eating meat on Good ...
you don't require them not to eat meat they have no right to require you to do so.
Apr 18, 2014 ... But Aquinas had another reason, too: He believed meat made you horny. “For,
since ... In Latin America, it's okay to eat capybara—apparently also a fish—on
Lenten Fridays. .... Good job at that. ..... Actually most Episcopalians (Anglicans
here in the USA) do practice not eating meat on Friday during Lent.
Mar 1, 2015 ... The “why Friday? ... It is precisely because meat is so good that we are asked to
give it up at certain times. ... to associate having to eat fish with those other things
parents force their children to do in order to “build character”).
So if it is good to eat meat, why does the Church bind us, under pain of mortal sin,
not to do so on Good Friday? The answer lies in the greater good that we ...