Take Heart!
From Christian Vegetarian Association (CVA)

Have there been many vegetarian Christians?

Our numbers are increasing rapidly, just as vegetarianism is growing in the general population.

Also, many early Christians were vegetarian, including the Desert Fathers. Since then, the Trappist, Benedictine, and Carthusian orders have encouraged vegetarianism, as have Seventh-Day Adventists.

In the nineteenth century, members of the Bible Christian sect established the first vegetarian groups in England and the United States.   Basil the Great, John Chrysostom, Tertullian, Origen, Clement of Alexandria, John Wesley (Methodismís founder), Ellen G. White (a Seventh-Day Adventists founder), Salvation Army co-founders William and Catherine Booth, Leo Tolstoy, and Nobel Peace Prize winner Rev. Dr. Albert Schweitzer were Christians who became vegetarian, as is the musician Moby. 

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