Although there isn’t one recorded instance in which Jesus ate meat, the Bible does mention fish. But a deep dive into this issue produces some surprising results.
The Bible actually has a lot to say on this topic. And for those of us who hope to spend eternity with our animal family members, it’s good news.
For those days when worries overwhelm us and we can’t find the right words, PETA LAMBS has compiled a list of prayers to help during the pandemic.
You can help “the least of these” by urging LSU to end Christine Lattin’s deadly experiments on gentle sparrows.
Easter is a season of compassion and remembrance. Jesus’ sacrifice and resurrection represent a victory of life over death. As Christians, we can embrace that message by extending our compassion and consideration to animals of all species. In the spirit of the season, PETA is asking people to remember that everybody is somebody’s baby and […]
PETA sent letters to Catholic cardinals, asking them to encourage their flocks to celebrate a vegan Lent and “Good Vriday.”
Lent is about praying, reflecting, and demonstrating the same life-giving compassion that Jesus showed us. PETA LAMBS has ideas for how those observing Lent can do that.
Share this powerful prayer for sheep who are exploited by the wool industry, and encourage others to have a #WoolFreeWinter.
“There’s a verse in the Bible that says, ‘Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up,’” says PETA’s Dan Paden.
Father Christopher Steck is one of many theologians who want Christians to understand that God never intended for us to use His words as an excuse to exploit animals.