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Ours is a merciful God. Chicagoland Catholics may enjoy the traditional corned beef and cabbage this Friday, despite the church’s practice of avoiding meat on Fridays during Lent. Cardinal Blase Cupich , leader of the Archdiocese of Chicago , has granted a dispensation. So have the bishops of the Joliet, Rockford and Gary dioceses. This is a relief, but not really a surprise. Chicago Catholics have long gotten a pass when March 17 falls on a Friday, as it does this year. More than 80 dioceses around the country have been given some sort of dispensation this year, though some are more forgiving than others. The archbishop of Omaha, Neb., for example, has instructed those who indulge on Friday to abstain on Saturday instead. Cupich simply encouraged Chicago Catholics to substitute “another form of penance.” (Does choking down boiled cabbage count?) Catholics have proven remarkably adaptable in observing the no-meat-on-Fridays edict. In general, “meat comes only from animals such as chickens, cows, sheep or pigs all of which live on land,” according to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops ( chicagotribune.com/lent ).