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No effort was made to communicate the Church’s call for vaccines made without using abortion-derived tissues, or to present Church wisdom on a number of issues discussed at the event.
In April, the acting FDA commissioner said that the agency would allow for remote dispensing of the abortion pill during the pandemic by not enforcing its regulations.
Speaking with the Register, Cardinal Oswald Gracias also expressed his sadness over the heavy death toll among Christian clergy, religious and laypeople.
In the pope’s video message, he said that a “sick economy” is one that “allows a very rich few, a very rich few, to own more than the rest of humanity.”
Responding to the risk that some speakers may spread misinformation about the crisis or promote false conspiracies, Catholic author and radio host Patrick Coffin said he hoped those attending the conference will pose the “toughest questions imaginable” to discover the truth.
The bishop of Springfield along with Professor Gerard Bradley of the University of Notre Dame reflect on vaccine mandates and why ‘Notre Dame should respect these students’ voluntary choices.’
The statement followed the decision of Gov. John Bel Edwards, who ended mask requirements on Wednesday.
At the end of the rosary, Pope Francis asked the Virgin Mary to turn her “merciful eyes to us in this coronavirus pandemic, and comfort those who are lost and weeping for their dead loved ones, sometimes buried in a way that wounds the soul.”
Public Masses have remained suspended in Ireland for months despite restrictions being lifted in neighboring countries.