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Batter Up!: Here’s Your 2020 Guide To Louisville Lenten Fish Fries

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This post has been updated. 

Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 26. For Roman Catholics and many other Christian denominations it’s a very important time of prayer and fasting. 

For Louisvillians, Christian and otherwise, this marks the beginning of several weeks of golden fried fish, french fries, and cake wheels of every variety. Lenten fish fries in Louisville are a delicious tradition and they’re for all of us. 


You’ll find our annual guide below. Louisville-area fish fry information is provided by the Archdiocese of Louisville. Information from Indiana comes from individual parish websites.

The guide is searchable, so trying searching by ZIP code or Parish name. Or, get creative and search for something unrelated to fish, like “pizza” or “oysters” or “cake wheel." (Don't see your listing in our guide? Email me your info: jfranklin@wfpl.org)

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