Joseph Capizzi, director of IHE and professor, moral theology and ethics, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about the ethics of eating meat, and the morality of eating faux meat during penitential fasts.
..."'There’s no reason, in my opinion, to think the consumption of products so dependent upon technology are superior to the consumption of animal products,' said Capizzi.
'I do think, however, in both cases, ethically relevant issues include the production of the foods, including not merely the environmental impact, but also the ways technologies might distance the human being from creation,' he added."...
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