Deep-Fried Fellowship at Lenten Fish Fries

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • March 18, 2010
Since we are about four weeks into Lent, I’m sure that many Catholics reading this have already consumed their fair share of Filet-O-Fish as penance during no-meat Fridays. But did you know about church fish fries? Although a common Lenten event...
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