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Letter from Arthur Poletti to the Pope: A Religious Proclamation for Animal Compassion - 11 Nov 2007
His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI
When you are finished reading "A Religious Proclamation for Animal Compassion" please ask yourself the following questions.
1. What would God do if God was the Pope?
2. What will you do since you are the Pope?
3. Are you willing to support and promote the will of God?
"Holy Father" I feel certain you will agree that because God is the supreme symbol of kindness, life, and love for all creatures with a soul you can be certain that God wants animal factory farms and slaughterhouses to close.
That God wants every experimental laboratory in the world that tortures and murders vulnerable animals to close.
That God expects religious leaders throughout the world to immediately come to the aid of animals that are in harms way. Before it is to late.
Before the powerful and destructive greenhouse gases caused by the livestock industry contribute to the destruction of many major cities in the United States and throughout the world caused by hurricanes, flooding, wild fires, or draught.
"Most Holy Father," for these reasons and because you are the most recognized and most influential religious leader in the world whose most important responsibility is promoting the will of God, I am certain you will support and promote the worldwide declaration known as: "A Religious Proclamation for Animal Compassion." which is intended to be promoted loud and clear throughout the world.
Who is a better religious leader in the world to support the will of God then the Pope?
"Most Holy Father," maybe you would consider announcing your support for "A Religious Proclamation for Animal Compassion" during a special function at the Vatican so the entire world can here your words of compassion and love for all animal life, on earth as it is in heaven?
Thank you "Holy Father"
---Author of the short story, God Does Not Eat Meat.
Look deep into the eyes of any animal, and then for a moment, "trade places." Their lives become as precious as your life, and you become as vulnerable as them. Now smile if you believe all animals deserve our respect and our protection. For in a way, they are us, and we are them. Philip Ochoa - All For Animals.
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