St. Matthew > Lenten Dinner Ideas

During Lent, Catholics abstain from eating meat on Fridays, Ash Wednesday, and Good Friday, as an act of penance and reflection, commemorating the Passion and Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. This abstinence from meat is a symbolic gesture of sacrifice and spiritual discipline, echoing the suffering of Christ.

To help you with some Lenten meatless dinner ideas please take a look at our St. Matthew Lenten Recipes complied by our clergy, staff, and members of our parish.