The Fellowship of Life
a Christian-based vegetarian group founded in 1973

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'Catholic Pictorial' Debate (1979)
Providing the needs

It is quite true as Catherine Jones points out that we must not be cruel to animals but we must also remember that God intended that animals should provide for the needs of mankind.

There also appears to be plenty of evidence in the Old Testament that slaughtered animals were offered in sacrifice to God.

It is, indeed, rather unfortunate that so many who campaign on behalf of animals are unperturbed about the experimentation by the abortionists, of innocent babies.

St. Francis would not mind being called a crank; he sometimes called his own body 'Brother Ass'.

I heard, sometime ago, about a friendly argument in Heaven during which St. Patrick called St. Francis - 'A Cissie'. They both enjoyed the joke.

J. White

(9/9/79)

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