Chick-fil-A is bringing back a limited-edition favorite this month
Whether you’re Catholic or not, all religious affiliations can agree on one thing — any religion that would stop us from getting our fast food fix is no religion at all!
So if you worship at the church of fried chicken but can’t eat that meat because of the Lenten season, Chick-fil-A has got you covered.
The fast-food chain, notoriously known for its strict religious affiliations (all locations are closed on Sundays) is helping prep customers for Easter this year by bringing back a seasonal favorite -- the Lent-approved cod filet sandwich.
From Wednesday, March 6 through Saturday, April 20, Catholics and non-Catholic alike will be able to dig into the Chick-fil-A Fish Sandwich.
Other seasonal offerings from the chicken chain will include the Deluxe Fish Sandwich and two or three count boxed fish entree meals, served with the joint’s famous Waffle Potato Fries.
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