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Kill the Fatted Calf! ABOUT.COM CATHOLICISM - April 25, 2014 What a difference a week can make! Last Friday— Good Friday , the day on which we commemorate Christ's Passion and Death—was the most somber day of the liturgical year. Yet today, exactly one week later, is Easter Sunday —the most joyful day in the Christian calendar. Before you conclude I've lost my marbles, hear me out. I know that today is really Easter Friday, but liturgically, it's still Easter ...http://catholicism.about.com/b/2014/04/25/kill-the-fatted-calf.htm

Lent Recipes: Greek Food ABOUT.COM CATHOLICISM - April 18, 2014 With Good Friday , the final day of required fasting and abstinence in Lent , upon us, why not check out some Lenten recipes from Greece? Like all Eastern Orthodox, Greek Orthodox hold to a stricter regimen of fasting and abstinence than do Catholics-- Western Catholics , at least. In recent years, many Eastern Rite Catholics have revived the traditional Eastern Lenten fast, which includes abstaining from all meat, dairy, ...http://catholicism.about.com/b/2014/04/18/lenten-recipes-greek-food.htm

Pasta Milanese by Chef John Besh THE CATHOLIC FOODIE - April 10, 2014 Pasta Milanese for a Friday Meatless Meal in Lent There is only one week left in Lent, which makes tomorrow is our last Friday of abstinence from meat. Next Friday is Good Friday, which is a day of fasting and abstinence. A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated one of my favorite feasts: the Solemnity of St. Joseph, Husband of Mary . I wrote and talked about our deeply ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheCatholicFoodie/~3/yqhS6gFq59E/pasta-milanese-by-chef-john-besh

Pray, Give, Sacrafice SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY - April 5, 2014 Catholic Lenten Practices Giving up something for Lent, eating fish on Fridays and fasting from meat , almsgiving and penance throughout the forty days of Lent —these are some of the practices for which Catholics are known. But why do we as Catholics do this? Because through these commitments—known as "Lenten practices" or "Lenten disciplines"—the Catholic Church calls us each year to renew our discipleship ...http://blog.holyfamilysisters.org/2014/04/05/pray-give-sacrafice/