Bishop Santori Anderpopolis announced that the Pope and PETA have come to an understanding regarding Catholics and eating fish on Fridays. Clara Bennett the spokesperson for PETA called this a "great day" for our Catholic members. PETA also hopes to attract more catholics to it cause with this agreement.
In the Agreement PETA will allow it members to eat fish but only on Fridays. This agreement takes effect on Good Friday
According to Ms. Bennett, PETA originally offered to allow catholic members to eat shrimp on Fridays. We don't have any real solid evidence that shellfish have feelings, said Ms. Bennett. ‘But, the Pope is a tough negotiator. He pointed out that the bible is very specific about fish and that Jesus was not a shrimper." In the end PETA was left with no choice but to relent to the Pontiff. "The bible is a hard thing to argue with" said Ms. Bennett.
Ms Bennett pointed out that PETA favors Mrs. Paul Breaded Fish Sticks for PETA members. "We are certain that the actual content of fish in these fish sticks are minimal."