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Fish Fry guide for 2014 now available online

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Msgr. Tim Stein, pastor of St. Mary Parish in Altoona, Pa., rolls fish in batter during a fish fry at the parish hall Feb. 16. The Friday fish fry is a big event for lots of people in Catholic parishes, especially in some sections of the United States. (CNS photo/Bob Roller) (Feb. 20, 2013) See LENT-FISHFRY Feb. 20, 2013.
Msgr. Tim Stein, pastor of St. Mary Parish in Altoona, Pa., rolls fish in batter during a fish fry at the parish hall Feb. 16. The Friday fish fry is a big event for lots of people in Catholic parishes, especially in some sections of the United States. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)

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The 2014 Fish Fry guide, presented by The Catholic Telegraph is now available online HERE.

Nearly 4,000 people visited the Fish Fry calendar in 2013, making it the third-most popular feature on www.thecatholictelegraph.com behind the Festival Guide and Mass Time Calendar.

The 2014 Fish Fry guide lists 69 fish frys located throughout the 19-county Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The online guide also includes parish phone numbers and addresses as well as some menu highlights. A basic version of the 2014 Fish Fry guide was included in the March print edition of The Catholic Telegraph.

Fish Frys are a staple of Catholic culture in the archdiocese during Lent. Parish and local fish frys serve as parish fundraisers, community building events and as a convenient way for parishioners to comply with the Lenten duty to abstain from meat on Fridays.

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