The economic and social upheaval caused by COVID-19 is prompting bishops to relax a Lenten rule.
A long-standing permission by the Archdiocese of Detroit allows local Catholics to eat muskrat — a furry, marsh-dwelling rodent native to the area — “on days of abstinence, including Fridays of Lent.”
"You know you're Catholic when you genuflect before you go into a row at a movie theater."
The improvements were more mental than physical.
Mind the cross.