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Eating of which non-fish animals does not go against the dietery law of the Roman Catholic Church?
During lent a Roman Catholic may not consume meat other than that of a fish. However, there are some non-fish animals that have been considered okay to consume during that time, like beaver for ...
Oct 20 '12 at 11:47
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