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Catholic Concern for Animals
The only United Kingdom Catholic society concerned with every aspect of animal welfare, rights, and theology. Catholic Concern for Animals and THE ARK Working to put animals on the agenda of the Catholic Church. Formerly The Catholic Study Circle for Animal Welfare - Providing Christian education, research, study, instruction, teaching, theology, forum and publications concerning animal rights welfare.
For Love of Animals: Christian Ethics, Consistent Action
Paperback by Charles Camosy (Author) , Charles C. Camosy (Author) 10/04/2013
The Bloodless Revolution: A Cultural History of Vegetarianism from 1600 to Modern Times
(Hardcover) by Tristram Stuart 2/08
Food for the Gods : Vegetarianism & the World's Religions
by Rynn Berry 5/98
Rynn Berry's Food for the Gods does a remarkable job of tracing the vegetarian link in the major religions of Hindiusm, Buddhism, Judaism, and Islam, and Catholicism, but also to the relatively small but intriguing non-violent religions of India's Jainism and the British Order of the Cross. The history of religion will never look the same after reading this book.
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Catholic Vegetarian Association
Catholic Vegetarian Society
* Author, "Veganism in a Nutshell"
* Governing Board, Catholic Vegetarian Society
* Founding Member, Society of Ethical and Religious Vegetarians
The Catholic Vegetarian Society is directed by Daniel Paden under the influence of Bruce Friedrich, following the notions of Christian Vegetarian Association founders Nathan Braun and co-chair Stephen R. Kaufman (both co-authors of Good News for All Creation: Vegetarianism as Christian Stewardship).
Catholic Vegetarian Groups
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Catholic Vegetarian Saints
Famous Catholic Vegetarians
Benedict XVI Continues Tradition of Papal Concern for Animals
Is Eating Meat A Catholic Sin?
In the Roman Catholic tradition, Benedictine monks and Carmelite nuns maintain vegetarian diets in conjunction with their contemplative lives.
The vegetarianism of Francis of Asissi, of St. Martin de Porres, of St. John Chrysostom is written of by biographers. Vegetarian Catholic orders include the original Benedictines, Cistercians, Trappists, Franciscans whose founder believed that plants too have feelings. The meatless Friday was the last vestige of early Christian vegetarianism. George Cornell, Associated Press religion writer, wrote that pretzels were originally a symbol of arms folded in prayer.. and like Lenten lentils.. were meatless alternatives. Fr. Ron Lengwin, a Catholic priest who has a talk show on KDKA, postulates that the apple Adam and Eve ate was actually the 1st heart of a slaughtered animal in violation of Genesis 1:29. Fr. Ron Pickarsky, a vegetarian chef, works toward institutional diet change.
Animals and the Catholic Church
Christian Concern For All God's Creatures
Working for a Peaceable Kingdom for Humans, Animals, and the Environment
God's Creatures Ministry
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