SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
COVID-19 vaccines
December 15, 2020
The bishops also said it is morally permissible in some circumstances to receive a third vaccine, developed in close connection with aborted cell lines, but that Catholics cannot allow the pandemic to “desensitize” or “weaken our determination” to oppose the evil of abortion.
December 11, 2020
"Without better alternatives," Bishop Brennan now says, "Catholics may ethically decide for serious reasons to utilize such vaccines."
November 22, 2020
Recently, a very well regarded prelate of the Church — whom I happen really to believe to be a very good and holy man — tweeted about the Moderna coronavirus vaccine. He wrote that vaccine “is not morally produced,” owing to the use in some phases of its production of biological specimens obtained originally through
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