Catholics ages 18 through 59 are required to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. (Unless a solemnity falls on one of those days)
This means: You can eat one full meal and two small meals throughout the day, as long as your total intake is less than two regular meals. You do NOT have to go the entire day without eating, but snacking in between these small meals is not allowed.
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The Catholic Church does make several exceptions to this requirement, particularly in instances were fasting would cause health concerns.
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These are listed below.
Also interesting to note, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops also recommends continuing the Good Friday fast through the next day (Saturday), if possible. However, this practice is not followed widely.
Sources for Further Reading
What is Lent? — Bible Gateway
Can Catholics Eat Meat on Good Friday? — Catholicism.About.com
What Are the Rules for Fasting and Abstinence in the Catholic Church? — Catholicism.About.com
Is Chicken Meat? And Other Surprising FAQs About Lent — Catholicism.About.com