This season, as we remember that Jesus came into the world as a vulnerable baby, we pray that Christians around the world will consider how they can extend the compassion and mercy of Christ to the most vulnerable among us today.

For the animals used for food, clothing, experimentation, and entertainment, there is no “silent night” during the Christmas season—or any other time of year.

Each of us can give peace and goodwill to all animals, honor Christ, and serve the meek by choosing to live vegan.

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