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Development of COVID-19 vaccines raise points of consideration when forming our consciences on the issue
Abp. Naumann, Bp. Rhoades said connection to morally compromised cell lines is so remote and public health situation is too grave to reject Moderna, Pfizer vaccines
However, doctrinal office said, licit use of such vaccines doesn’t imply moral endorsement of cell lines from aborted fetuses
Vatican coronavirus commission and Pontifical Academy for Life said ‘it is a matter of justice’
A group of older and retired priests of the archdiocese receive COVID-19 vaccine to protect themselves and others
Poorer countries are struggling with many issues, including food insecurity and how to pay for vaccinations
While Catholics should continue to advocate for vaccines free of links to abortion, bishops say they may receive inoculations if no alternatives are available
Church teaching on vaccines is example of issues
that require a thorough reading
FDA approval of three COVID-19 vaccines has prompted morality-related questions about how they were created. Here’s what you need to know.
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