Friday, March 15, 2013
Here's a quick glance at the guidelines for the Lenten season, including a list of Medfield restaurants that offer non-meat dinner options during Lent (and beyond).
The season of Lent is upon us and that means no meat on Fridays, but did you know that rule does not apply to all Catholics? It's true. According to www.AmericanCatholic.org, there are specific rules of Lent pertaining to fasting, abstinence, and penance. Fasting Abstinence Penance Each year in publishing the Lenten penance requirements, the U.S. bishops quote the teaching of the Holy Father concerning the seriousness of observing these days of penance. The obligation to do penance is a serious one; the obligation to observe, as a whole or "substantially," the days of penance is also serious. Wondering where you could have dinner on Fridays? Check out our list of area restaurants that serve non-meat options during Lent. For more Rules …
Friday, February 22, 2013
Here's a quick look at restaurants around Medfield where you can enjoy a non-meat dinner on Fridays during Lent (and beyond).
One of the Rules of Lent is no meat on Fridays and to many Lenten observers, that means fish. And so, Patch has compiled a list of restaurants in Medfield where you can enjoy a good fish dinner on Friday nights (eat in or take out). Or, if you prefer your seafood prepared another way, Or, if you'd prefer something other than seafood, Is there another place in or around Medfield to enjoy a non-meat dinner on Fridays? Tell us in the comment section below.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Where do you like to buy your fish on Fridays?
It's only Wednesday but we're already thinking about dinner on Friday. Fish on Fridays is a staple for many people during Lent* (and beyond). In your opinion, who has the best fish fry/bake in Medfield? Tell us in the comment section below. And, if you prefer a different non-meat dish, we'd love to hear about that, too! *For more rules on Lent, click here.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Today is Ash Wednesday. What, if anything, will you give up for Lent this year? Can't think of anything, let the Internet do it for you with a "Daily Sacrifice." Read on...
Today is Ash Wednesday, the official start of the Easter season. Will you give up something for Lent? What will it be? Tell us in the comment section below. According to www.cbslocal.com, the Top Ten Most Popular Things People Give Up for Lent include: And, www.whattogiveupforlent.com [yes, it's an actual website] says, During Lent, we decrease the things that detract us from our faith journey and increase the things that supplement it. Some of the things people decide to give up for Lent are: And if you can't think of anything to give up, let the Internet do it for you. Seriously. With the click of a button, www.whattogiveupforlent.com will send you its "Daily Sacrifice which is, ...a really cool list of things to give up; one for each …