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The fish was one of the most important Christian symbols of the early Church. In a political and religious climate often fatal to them, the fish was a secret symbol used to identify Christians. Continue Reading

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  1. Stella A. Rios
    4 years ago

    What a great article, is has enlighten me of so many, many things. I was completely oblivious of the meaning of "eating fish on Fridays"
    I will send this article to many people. Thank you again and again

  2. Kevin Donnellan
    4 years ago

    I continue to learn and grow in my faith through simple yet wonderful articles like this. Thank you.

  3. Tracy
    4 years ago

    Actually, I believed that meat flavored dishes were not allowed, but my priest said that they are allowed. I wish that I had known that when cooking soups for Lent on Fridays before stations of the Cross. I used rather expensive vegie stock from the health food store. lol

  4. uju
    4 years ago

    wow. now i know y we observe fasts on wednesdays.thanks to this article.

  5. Marie Pizzolatto
    4 years ago

    Thank you for an informative article and delicious recipes - however, we are not allowed to use broths or gravies from meat on days of abstinence, therefore, we should use vegetable or seafood broth instead of chicken broth in the seafood chowder.

  6. Anita
    4 years ago

    This is very informative and helppful. I knew very little of this information before reading this article.

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