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A colorful array of fresh fruits and vegetables on a platter.
FaithFaith in Focus
Chloe Gunther
I became a vegetarian, and I am now thinking about becoming a vegan. In this discernment, I see God staring back at me.
Politics & SocietyPodcasts
Jesuitical
A conversation about Catholic social teaching and ethical eating.
A fancy lobster dinner with lemon on the side.
FaithFaith in Focus
Jim McDermott
Do we actually believe in the idea of having fish on Fridays as a form of self-mortification or solidarity with those who have less? Or do we look at it more like paying our taxes — giving up the least possible amount?
FaithFaith
James T. Keane
Fasting, in addition to being obligatory on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday, remains a common Lenten practice for many. But there are nuances to fasting that are not always well-known.
FaithGoodNews
Catholic News Service
When priests hang up their clerical robes, grab their aprons and head for their kitchens, what’s cooking? The answer can be found online at www.CooksWithCollars.com
FaithDispatches
Judith Sudilovsky
Since chef Fadi Kattan was a child getting underfoot in his grandmother’s kitchen, the preparation and communal eating of the burbara pudding has been a pre-Christmas symbol of the coming of the holiday on the Palestinian West Bank.