Catholic psychiatrist and ethicist who was fired last month from the University of California-Irvine School of Medicine explains why he made a principled stand in opposition to mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations.
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In an Aug. 17 statement, the National Catholic Bioethics Center noted “with great sadness the increasingly heated rhetoric and even violence associated with the vaccine mandate debates.”
Pro-abortion and LGBT advocacy groups, which claim Catholic ethics are discriminatory and restrict health care access, have lobbied for changes to the partnerships.
But Catholics continue to oppose its use, for reasons grounded in the Church’s moral and social justice teachings.
Part of a new directive states that supplemental oxygen should only be given to patients with less than 90% oxygen saturation due to “the acute need to conserve oxygen.”
Moderna, Johnson Johnson, and Merck — front-runners in the COVID-19 race for a cure — are all manufacturing treatments tainted by abortion, but there are more ethical alternatives.
Catholic ethics reject the use of the “morning after pill” to avoid conception following consensual sexual relations, and strongly reject the use of drugs that can kill any newly conceived embryo.
A Catholic health care network has settled an American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit over transgender surgeries.