Amid a spike of cases and concerns about the Delta variant, some U.S. bishops oppose a religious exemption, yet ethics experts caution against mandates.
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During a White House press briefing Wednesday, press secretary Jen Psaki was asked by Owen Jensen of EWTN News Nightly about “ethical concerns” regarding the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Johnson & Johnson.
I shall always be grateful to a strange and wonderful teacher who introduced me to a world where universal truth and value do exist.
Efforts to re-open businesses and other social venues, including places of worship, have come to be the focus of debate, planning, and activity.
Joseph Meaney, National Catholic Bioethics Center president, discusses what drew him to the field of bioethics and the work of the NCBC.
Catholic ethicists and doctors say the bishops’ statement is a necessary reminder that Catholic teaching doesn’t change in times of crisis.
The donations don’t appear to involve an effort to purchase favors from the recipients, so they likely were permissible under Holy See standards.