I have a question about Acts chapter 10. This is the vision of St. Peter where god ask him to kill and eat unclean animals. what is the true interpretation of Catholics on this passage? Jews say that Christians have interpreted Peter’s vision as God’s permission to kill and eat any animal, which it is not. It is a vision to let Peter know that he and other Jewish-Christians were permitted to enter the homes of the Gentiles to bring them the Good News of Jesus Christ.