Fish so good that if you put it on your forehead, your tongue will beat your brains out trying to get it!
Get a fish plate for dinner.
N. Dorgenois for lunch.
Moss Street for dinner.
You can get a great fish plate at two locations and two times for the next three Fridays for 8 dollars per plate.
The lunch plates are available from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. on February 27, March 6 & March 13 in St.Luke’s Gaudet Hall at 1222 N. Dorgenois St. in New Orleans, LA. The lunch plate includes fish, baked macaroni, green peas, potato salad, bread, cake and a soft drink.
Delivery is available for orders of 10 or more for the lunch plates only. Call (504) 821-0529 or check out the flyer below for more information.
The dinner plates are available from 5:30 till 8:00 pm on Feb. 27, March 6 and 13. The dinners include fried catfish, french fries, green beans and cole slaw. Water, soft drinks, beer and wine will be for sale. Home made desserts too! Available in the cafeteria at 1368 Moss Street in New Orleans from 5:30 until 8 p.m.
$8.00 per plate at each location.
N. Dorgenois for lunch. Moss Street for dinner.
Eating fish on Fridays is a longstanding tradition in Catholic households worldwide dating back to the first century of the modern era.
Why abstain from meat? Why on Friday? Why during Lent?
Meat once was for celebrations and feasting. Early Christians abstained from eating meat on Friday as a kind of sacrifice and reminder that acknowledged the death of Jesus on the cross on Good Friday.
This still holds true today in the Catholic Church, but only on Ash Wednesday, and Fridays during Lent.
It is the shared teaching of various religious traditions that fish belongs on a sanctified table because the eyes of the fish, which in life never close, are a reminder of God’s eternal omniscience.
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