Catholics do not necessarily eat fish on Good Friday. However, they do abstain from eating meat.
you are allowed to eat fish on good Friday but just not meatfish is not classed as meat
Yes, fish is fine on Good Friday. The vast majority of Christians have no restrictions on what they eat on Good Friday. They can eat fish, chicken and even red meat, as there is nothing anywhere in the Bible that says one must refrain from certain foods on Good Friday.
you eat fish on Easter because on good Friday that was the day God shared out 1 fish between millions of people. That is why we eat fish instead of any other meats on good Friday.
Yes you can. You can also eat fish.
you can also eat veg
The question should be 'what are you not suppose to eat on Good Friday?' That would be meat. The only meat allowed is fish.
Catholics abstain eating meat during Lent on every Friday of the season. Fish can be eaten on this day, just not red meat.
Fish is the traditional dinner
Italians generally eay fish for Good Friday, No meat because of religious significance. Usually we eat cod fish, shellfish made many different ways
It's not a Sin to eat meat. But It is advised by the Roman Catholic church to fast and not to eat meat / fish / eggs on GOOD FRIDAY.