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CVA Weekly Newsletter
March 19, 2014

  1. Activist Feedback
  2. Book Notice
  3. This Week’s Sermon from Rev. Frank and Mary Hoffman
  4. The March Peaceable Table Is Now Online

1. Activist Feedback

Rick Hershey, who recently leafleted at Winter Jam in Tulsa, OK, writes:

This was well worthwhile! We enjoyed pleasant weather and a young receptive crowd. About 80% of the booklets went to teenagers and preteens. We handed out 2460 CVA booklets.

2. Book Notice

Never Too Late To Go Vegan: The Over 50 Guide to Adopting and Thriving On a Plant Based Diet by Carol J. Adams, Patti Breitman, and Virginia Messina, RD, MPh is an excellent book that helps the reader get familiarized with plant-based diets and learn the amazing benefits on health, even after 50. It also comes with delicious, wholesome, easy recipes that are sure to please everyone, and it also helps the reader navigate through restaurant menus. This book empowers people to make dietary changes at an age most people don’t like to make changes.

Please visit Never Too Late To Go Vegan: The Over 50 Guide to Adopting and Thriving On a Plant Based Diet.

- Lorena Mucke

3. This Week’s Sermon from Rev. Frank and Mary Hoffman

Evil Corrupts Good If We Allow It To Happen

4. The March Peaceable Table Is Now Online

Contents Include:

*In this month's Unset Gem, clergyperson William Ralph Inge suggests that if our abused animal cousins could formulate a religion, they would probably cast human beings as the Devil.

*Have you had a dish of blackberry cobbler lately, perhaps topped with vegan ice cream? If that idea tempts you, Nancy Campeau's recipe for a delectable cobbler is just the thing.

* The recently published bookSuffering Eyesby Franceen Neufeld, whose Pilgrimage story was told in a 2010 issue ofPT, is reviewed in this issue. The book chronicles the author's awakening from our culture's moral coma about animals to an acute awareness of what is being done to them in the "meat" and other industries.

*The Pilgrim for March, clergyperson Beth Johnson, also tells a story of spiritual awakening to the animal concern, a process mediated by two much-beloved cats, Tex and Lil.

One of our reviewers, Benjamin Urrutia, is seriously ill. Those of our readers who affirm the reality of the spiritual are asked to hold him in the Divine Light and/or in prayer.

To see this issue, go to http://www.vegetarianfriends.net/issue102.html.

Toward the Peaceable Kingdom,
Gracia Fay Ellwood, Editor

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