Abortion Debaters to Get Schooled at Notre Dame

Published by PETA.

Two things we at PETA never pass up: vegan ice cream and opportunities to educate others about the benefits of a vegetarian diet. (I call it giving them a “vegucation.”)

Pro-life Catholic students and faculty at Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind., are in a tizzy about President Obama’s scheduled commencement address on Sunday. So, of course, we’re erecting two pro-vegetarian billboards this weekend at Notre Dame to remind both sides of the abortion debate that a diet free of slaughtered animals makes sense for everyone.


One person can enjoy better health and save 100 lives each year simply by going vegetarian.
Choose compassion over cruelty to animals and improved health over heart diseaseand cancer—go vegetarian!


Written by Karin Bennett

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