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  • Edition: Jan. 17-23, 2022,
  • Volume: Volume 81 - St. Louis Review 2022
  • By: Catholic News Service (CNS)
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  • January 13, 2022

In meeting with diplomats, pope shared concerns on ‘cancel culture’ and multilateral diplomacy


  • Edition: December 27, 2021-January 2, 2022,
  • Volume: Volume 80 - St. Louis Review 2021
  • By: Catholic News Service (CNS)
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  • December 22, 2021


  • Edition: August 23-29, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 80 - St. Louis Review 2021
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  • August 19, 2021


  • Edition: February 1-7, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 80 - St. Louis Review 2021
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  • August 06, 2021

A group of older and retired priests of the archdiocese receive COVID-19 vaccine to protect themselves and others


  • Edition: May 3-9, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 80 - St. Louis Review 2021
  • By: Catholic News Service (CNS)
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  • April 29, 2021

While emphasizing need for developing vaccines free of links to abortion, Church says receiving vaccines morally acceptable


  • Edition: April 19-25, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 80 - St. Louis Review 2021
  • By: Catholic News Service (CNS)
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  • April 16, 2021

USCCB campaign encourages Catholics to write letters requesting future vaccines be free of links to abortion-derived cells


  • Edition: April-May, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 10 - Catholic St. Louis 2021
  • By: Jennifer Brinker
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  • April 01, 2021

FDA approval of three COVID-19 vaccines has prompted morality-related questions about how they were created. Here’s what you need to know.


  • Edition: March 8-14, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 80 - St. Louis Review 2021
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  • March 05, 2021

Church teaching on vaccines is example of issues that require a thorough reading


  • Edition: March 1-7, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 80 - St. Louis Review 2021
  • By: Catholic News Service (CNS)
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  • March 04, 2021

While Catholics should continue to advocate for vaccines free of links to abortion, bishops say they may receive inoculations if no alternatives are available


  • Edition: February 22-28, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 80 - St. Louis Review 2021
  • By: Catholic News Service (CNS)
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  • February 18, 2021

Poorer countries are struggling with many issues, including food insecurity and how to pay for vaccinations


  • Edition: December 21-27, 2020,
  • Volume: Volume 79 - St. Louis Review 2020
  • By: Catholic News Service (CNS)
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  • January 14, 2021

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


  • Edition: January 11-17, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 80 - St. Louis Review 2021
  • By: Catholic News Service (CNS)
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  • January 08, 2021

Vatican coronavirus commission and Pontifical Academy for Life said ‘it is a matter of justice’


  • Edition: December 28, 2020-January 3, 2021,
  • Volume: Volume 79 - St. Louis Review 2020
  • By: Catholic News Service (CNS)
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  • December 24, 2020

However, doctrinal office said, licit use of such vaccines doesn’t imply moral endorsement of cell lines from aborted fetuses


  • Edition: December 7-13, 2020,
  • Volume: Volume 79 - St. Louis Review 2020
  • By: Jennifer Brinker
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  • December 03, 2020

Development of COVID-19 vaccines raise points of consideration when forming our consciences on the issue


  • Edition: November 30-December 6, 2020,
  • Volume: Volume 79 - St. Louis Review 2020
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  • November 30, 2020


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