Is eating meat morally wrong

I've never paid that much attention to it. I always thought it was a Catholic thing, to be honest.

Once upon a time, Catholics refrained / "fasted" from eating "meat" on Friday. For obscure reasons which I've never bothered to memorize fish was declared not "meat" and so Catholics would eat fish on Friday instead of "meat."

In 1962 the pope said "hey! we're loosing our audience." So they stopped with the Latin and dropped the fasting on Friday, and other stuff so they could be trendy and popular.
What has any of that got to do with atheism, Jan?

The value of human life, compared to an animal (i know humans are basically animals, but you know what I mean). It depicted the ultimate even extreme atheist notion of value of life.