Do catholics still have to abstain from meat on sundays?

Answer Catholics do not have to abstain from eating meat on Sundays. However, every Catholic age 14 or older is supposed to avoid eating meat on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and every Friday during Lent. Ca... Read More »

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Why do Catholics abstain from eating meat?

Catholics generally may eat meat and meat products, although as a spiritual practice there are instances when that is not the case. Those instances involve particular occasions, as well as specific... Read More »

Meat thermometer says meat it at the right temperature, but meat is still pink inside?

The meat is safe to eat once it attains a certain temperature. If you prefer well done meat, cook it longer. The 165 degree rule is for safety.

Why isn't fish a meat for Catholics?

During Lent, Catholics focus on repentance, giving up a personal luxury and abstaining from meat on Fridays. Catholics replace fish for meat during fasts, as approved by the Church. However, some c... Read More »

Can catholics eat meat during lent?

During the season of Lent, the Catholic Church asks its followers 14 years and older to abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and all Fridays during the 40-day period of sacrifice and pen... Read More »