In a television interview offered to the Italian news program, Tg5, the Pope opens up about the current crisis of unity, the need for everyone to take the COVID vaccine, and the impact of the lockdown on family and society as a whole.
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In the Dec. 29 document, the Vatican COVID-19 Commission, together with the Pontifical Academy for Life, reiterated Pope Francis’ call that the vaccine be made available to everyone to avoid injustice.
If morally unproblematic alternatives were available, one should refuse anything produced or tested using cell lines made from aborted fetuses for the sake of honoring the inherent dignity of the aborted victim. The question remains, is it always and everywhere wrong for a person, to avail themselves of this benefit if no alternatives are available?
In a Dec. 21 interview on EWTN's Pro-Life Weekly, the archbishop of Kansas City spoke about the vaccines now available to the American public and what every Catholic should know before receiving one.
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