Vegetarians aren’t the only ones not eating meat…at least on Fridays during Lent, anyway. There’s a long tradition in the Catholic Church of abstaining from meat on Fridays. Why? Busted Halo’s Question Box has the answer. Share it with young adults and have a conversation about some of the faith practices that connect with the habits and rituals of the wider world.
- #NoMeatFridays is more than a popular hashtag, it’s a Catholic tradition during Lent. What other faith traditions have you seen practiced in the secular world
- What connections do you see between faith and food? How is food a part of your faith tradition or rituals?
- What spiritual practices have you found most fulfilling this Lent? Do you plan to continue them when Lent is over?