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The real problem is no-vax or anti-vax, or our bishops who have lost the sense of aequitas in the name of politically correct piousness?
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Everything is already written in the Catechism. But those of us who are faithful know the Catechism by heart, whoever in doubt consults it, there are still those who teach it? As a poor person lacking in knowledge, I make the bitter question of a professor my own.
Dearest father Ariel, regarding vaccines and in accordance with what is written in the “Note from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on the morality of the use of some anti-Covid-19 vaccines, 21.12.2020”:
1. since I am a weak and exposed person as indicated in the point 5,
2. since the situations indicated in the points do not exist today 2 e 3 which would make the use of unethical vaccines legal, I do not intend to cooperate in evil by vaccinating myself;
3. I also reported to the oncologist who is treating me and who warned me about the risk of ending up, at least, in the ICU in case I get infected with covid, that, in accordance with the provisions of point 6, I would arrange to get vaccinated as soon as ethical vaccines were available
I calmly acknowledge that as a Catholic you believe you can deny what the Church deems lawful or unlawful in matters of ethics and morals regarding vaccination and the content of vaccines, inside which there are no fetuses of aborted babies blended inside but some embryos from frozen miscarriages were used in the seventies.
I remind you that the Catholic Church has faculties, ibioethics institutes and clinical centers in Italy, in Europe and various other parts of the world.
But she thinks she can deny all of them, and it is his right to do so, if he wants to.
I would also like to point out one more thing: when you write that, to produce vaccines “no frozen miscarriage embryos were used in the 1970s”, I note your knowledge of techniques for arriving at current human embryonic cell lines derived from abortions, is slightly higher than that of the speaker “smoothie aborted baby fetuses”.
I didn't say it, this was stated by the bioethicists of the Holy See consulted by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith before this dicastery gave its response on the issue.
As a result, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in his document he clarified:
"The fundamental reason for considering the use of these vaccines morally legitimate is that the type of cooperation is evil (passive material cooperation) procured abortion from which the same cell lines come, by those who use the resulting vaccines, it is remote. The moral duty to avoid such passive material cooperation is not binding if there is a grave danger, like diffusion, otherwise irrepressible, of a serious pathogen: in this case, the pandemic spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes Covid-19. It is therefore to be assumed that in this case all the vaccinations recognized as clinically safe and effective can be used with a certain conscience that recourse to such vaccines does not mean formal cooperation with the abortion from which the cells with which the vaccines were produced derive. However, it should be emphasized that the morally permissible use of these types of vaccines, for the particular conditions that make it so, it cannot in itself constitute legitimacy, even indirect, of the practice of abortion, and presupposes the opposition to this practice by those who make use of it ".
So I stick to the responses, to the clarifications and provisions of the Holy See, also because I do not possess neither wisdom nor one power superior to that of the Holy See, I …