Meatfare Sunday - Orthodox

On this day Orthodox Christians commemorate the second coming of Christ. 

The day is known as Meatfare Sunday because it is the last day on which lay people are permitted to eat meat until Pascha (Easter Sunday).  

Orthodox monks and nuns never eat meat.

Last modified on Monday, 27 January 2014 21:15

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