Sometimes it can feel like there isn't much to eat without meat in it these days. But a new application helps remind Catholics just how many options they still during Lent. Lentsanity is a practical application for Lent created by the Fellowship of Catholic University Students in Atchison, Kansas.
It is designed with the young and old in mind. It includes prayers and suggestions for making small sacrifices during Lent. And it's all presented with good humor.
It also includes a function called "Meat Police" that reminds the user to refrain from eating meat on Fridays during Lent.
The application is free and can be downloaded for both iOS and Android.