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LENTEN REGULATIONS

  1. Ash Wednesday, March 6 and Good Friday, April 19th are days of abstinence from meat and fasting. (Meat is considered red meat (beef, lamb), poultry (chicken, turkey) and pork. Fish is acceptable to eat.
  2. The Fridays of Lent are days of abstinence from meat (C 1250 – 1253).
  3. The observance of abstinence from meat applies to all Catholics 14 years of age and older (C 1252).
  4. The observance of fasting applies to all Catholics 18 years of age and older, but not yet 59 (C 1252). A Catholic tradition of fasting is one main meal per day, along with two small meals which do not equal the main meal.

The following are some recommendations for voluntary self-denial or personal penance

  • Daily prayer (add some additional time in Adoration Chapel).
  • Prayers for vocations to the priesthood and the religious life.
  • Personal service to the aged or the sick.
  • Fasting at least once a week as a way of identifying with the poor and starving of the world.
  • Prayer for the Catechumens and Candidates who will be celebrat ing the Sacraments on Easter.
  • Prayer for peace in our hearts and in the world.

STATIONS OF THE CROSS EACH FRIDAY OF LENT 7:00 P.M. (alternating English and Spanish)