Lenten Meals

There are various acts of penitence and spiritual self-discipline observed during Lent, one of those disciplines is a fast that requires us to abstain from meat on Fridays during Lent.

Abstinence from meat is more than just “going without” during Lent or just a reminder that Christ offered His flesh for us on the cross. Abstinence is a form of prayer, a discipline. When we abstain from meat, we focus on Christ and on our souls, rather than on self and on our bodies. It is faith in action, placing our attention on Jesus and offering Him ‘our flesh’ as a sacrifice (Romans 12:1-2), a vessel through which He can and does work.

Lenten Meals

Saint Isidore, Abernathy
17813 N-I27
5 p.m. - until sold out


Saint Mary Magdalene, Earth
806 East Highway 70
4 p.m.- 7 p.m., $12/fish $14 fish/shrimp


Christ the King, Lubbock

4011 54th Street

March 3, 10, 24, 31

Cheese Enchiladas &/or Chalupas

Our Lady of Grace, Lubbock
3111 Erskine Street
2/ 24, 3/3, 10, 24, 31- 11 am-2 p.m.; $10/plate of 3 items


Our Lady of Guadalupe, Lubbock
1120 52nd Street
March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31- 11 am-6 p.m.; $15/plate


Saint John the Baptist, Lubbock
10805 Indiana Avenue
March 10, 24, 31- 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.;
$10 adult, $5 kid’s plate (Order)


Immaculate Conception, Muleshoe

805 E Hickory Avenue

Every Friday of Lent - 4 p.m.-7 p.m.; $12/plate

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Contact Information

Lucas Flores
Director of Communications
Phone: 806-792-3943 Ext. 219 
E-mail: lflores@catholiclubbock.org 

Debbie Davis
Phone: 806-792-3943 Ext. 200 
E-mail: ddavis@catholiclubbock.org

Nicholas Flores
Phone: 806-792-3943 Ext. 220 
E-mail: nflores@catholiclubbock.org