You don’t have to be Catholic to enjoy Louisville-area Lenten fish fries

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February 14, 2013 by Ashlee Clark Thompson

Fried fish and chips with lemon, ketchup, and ...

Fried fish and chips with lemon, ketchup, and tartar sauce as served in San Diego. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Let’s not use this blog to talk religion. Instead, let’s rejoice in fried fish.

Yesterday was Ash Wednesday, which kicks off the six-week season of Lent. From now to Easter, Catholic churches in the area will offer weekly fish fry events (read more about this practice here).

The Archdiocese of Louisville released their schedule of fish fry events, which you can view here. You can look find your nearest Catholic church by searching by zip code. The document also lists the times you can pick up your meal.

Kudos to Erin Keane at WFPL for pointing me in the archdiocese’s direction.

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