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At the Council: The Serbian Church Speaks on Fasting BYZANTINE, TEXAS - June 23, 2016 ... Orthodox youth from Serbia and the US on fasting The way we fast nowadays (when we only eat certain types of food and avoid others) has annulled all other kinds of fasting, which are found in the tradition of fasting and which demonstrate the creative nature of Christian fasting (for example, in our tradition we find: 1. complete abstinence from eating, 2. fasting until mid-afternoon, 3. eating less in order to save money for charity, or 4. abstaining not from ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2016/06/at-council-serbian-church-speaks-on.html
Are Meatless Fridays Still a Thing? Does It Matter? NATIONAL CATHOLIC REGISTER BLOGGERS FEED FROM STEVEN D. GREY - April 8, 2016 By Steven D Greydanus "Lent is over. Why bring up meatless Fridays now?" Yeah. About that… "Catholics used to eat fish on Fridays instead of meat, but Vatican II changed all that." Well…no. "What's the point of meatless Fridays? Meat isn't a...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/NCRegister/StevenGreydanus/~3/jMzLfzywiDs/
Partial Flurries BACK BAY VIEW - March 15, 2016 ... difference between resignation and consent is that with consent, even though the objective reality remains the same, the attitude of our hearts is very different." So it is with moving. At first, everything about our new home seems negative and difficult. But every single place we move has wormed its way into a place of affection in our hearts. Even when we are making compromises right and left with school, homes, churches, and activities. I find I am very susceptible to envy ...http://backbayview.blogspot.com/2016/03/partial-flurries.html
Chunky Tuna Salad Wraps SHOWER OF ROSES - March 11, 2016 Making sure I eat enough protein, fats (coconut, avocado) , and starchy carbs (sweet potato, butternut squash, plantain) each day is key to making sure I have enough energy to get through the day on my AIP Diet . I have never been a huge fan of fish, but I'm starting to force myself to eat it learn to like some types. This past year, on Fridays outside of Lent , there were times I would " substitute another penance " so that I ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/Vp6pczpvSF8/tuna-wraps.html
The Diet Post DARWINCATHOLIC - March 7, 2016 So I said I'd tell you about my diet, and I will. Here is what it boils down to: if I ever want to get pregnant again, then in prudence I need to lose weight. Not because I think I'm fat, although I still weigh twenty pounds more than I did when I conceived William, but because the high blood pressure issues which have progressed with each pregnancy mean that I simply need to start at a lower base weight to avoid extra stress on my veins, and on my system ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-diet-post.html
Why We Eat Fish and Muskrat on Lenten Fridays THE FIFTH COLUMN - March 5, 2016 ... Lent is to revisit medieval arguments about the edible appropriatness of land versus aquatic mammals. Wanna know why fewer people are going to church? What gave rise to his mirth? Why, the discovery that the Church classifies animals in a different way than modernity does: Many Catholics abstain from eating meat on Fridays in observance of Lent, the season of penance between Ash Wednesday and Easter. The church has made exceptions — at ...http://skellmeyer.blogspot.com/2016/03/why-we-eat-fish-and-muskrat-on-lenten.html
Did Catholics Forbid Meat to Support the Fishing Industry, or Protestants? SERVANT AND STEWARD - March 2, 2016 At some point in your life you have probably been told that the only reason Catholics eat fish on Fridays - at least during the season of Lent - is because a medieval pope - who is never named - had family in the fishing industry - which is also never named - and they needed a financial boost. This claim, of course, is false and is made by those ignorant of history. I have recently finished reading Ian Mortimer's enjoyable and educational ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/5ERo0ZZ_NwE/did-catholics-forbid-meat-to-support.html