Calls to action: celebrating Fat Tuesday or martigraw

Fat Tuesday: is a tradition to stuff yourself with food before a fast of obligation on Ash Wednesday.
Martigraw: is a new Orleans tradition of parades, beads and music

Both tradition occur on the Tuesday before lent begins.

Fasting restrictions
– Ash Wednesday and Fridays during lent for Catholics
– Mondays for reform Christians
– fasting exceptions Medication required eating
– Those with health issues or children under 12

Abstaining (from meat)
– On Fridays for Catholics (fish and sea foods don’t count as meat)
– On Monday for reform Christians
– Vegetarian parents encouraged the world to go vegan on Mondays once a week

Lenten Promise: Abstaining from or doing more of
– a resolution to cut back on an unhealthy habit
– a resolution to improve in an area that is a challenge
– a resolution to delay gratification between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday
*(some choice to limit this restriction to three days a week)

Call to action: find a pastry shop and pick up perroges (spelled phonetically) for your home, community church, or a group proud of polish tradition. One apiece to those with whom you would like to celebrate this year.

About calls to action

This blog was set up as proof of the personal spiritual nature of my marriage and foundational couple beliefs. It is in no way connected to the nonprofit that follow the beginnings of this page. My calls to action are designed to clarify my husband's ministry focuses as a humanitarian.
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