Why would they need a dispensation?? If parents can bring cheerios for toddlers, why not a bucket of extra crispy?
Why bring it to Mass?Why not have it at home or at the restaurant?Also, it is untrue that one who is not in a state is exempt from the fast, just as someone who is not in a state of grace must still fulfill the Sunday and holy day obligation.
which is why I am not Pope.
@Cruise the grooveI guess it depends on whether they are intending to recieve Holy Communion (after confession of course)
I think some type of beef, so long as it was from a holy cow, would be more appropriate. Or is the "fried" aspect of the chicken supposed to indicate the probable future of their soul?
I've yet to see fried chicken at Mass, but there is an adult who likes to much on potato chips right before Mass begins. I guess the fried chicken would be quieter to eat and there wouldn't be the loud sound of the bag crinkling either.
I have seen an entire family eating McDonalds hamburgers in the pew before mass.
As long as you bring enough for everybody...
http://www.theonion.com/articles/super-priest-can-turn-anything-into-body-blood-of,5430/Whoo-Hoo! I knew I'd find a use for this link someday!
Sounds like a Baptist Church I went to a couple of times down in MS in the mid 80's.... BIG potluck after church and LOTS of fried chicken and other yummy Southern cookin'...if you went away hungry from that spread it was your own darn fault..Sara
I think seeing a bucket of fried chicken at Mass would probably be slightly less annoying than seeing people chomp on their gum while IN LINE to receive communion. At least the fried chicken eater brought it to Mass because she knows that she's not able to receive...Bridget N
then i put the bucket on my head pick up a guitar and play GNR music.
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