I hope you don't mind this silly question. I am a cradle Catholic (albeit post-Vatican II and therefore I had to undergo the silliness of "CCD", which we called "Cut-Color-and-Draw" for all the religious education we got.
I do consider myself a faithful Catholic who has been growing ever stronger in the faith, especially over the past several years.
Be that as it may:
Why is it that Catholics and other Christians can eat pork, when it is forbidden in the Old Testament? Does that hold true for all the other regulations in the Old Testament, and if so, why?
Thanks in advance for answering something I've never quite understood but have wanted to.
God bless you and yours,