A Priest’s Moral Analysis of Vaccines
(03-11-2021, 01:57 PM)SeekerofChrist Wrote:
(03-11-2021, 01:51 PM)J Michael Wrote: Holy schnikies!!!  I'll never copy/paste another article here again, just to be "safe"!  I'll just...well....I don't know just what I'll do.

From "Specific Rules" listed here https://www.fisheaters.com/forums/bbrules.php  "2. Don't just post URLs with no summaries, no effort at explaining what the URLs link to. Preferred is the posting of entire articles (or, if they're extremely long, their relevant parts) -- and especially preferred is the posting of articles accompanied by some of your own commentary. It makes things much more interesting and stimulates responses! And please cite sources!"

I wonder if anyone has anything to say about the content of the article linked and subsequently copied and pasted?

Moral theology isn't my area of expertise.  I can only say that most of the Catholic commentary I've seen on the vaccines is that at least the two that don't use aborted baby remains are morally licit.  I have safety concerns about all the vaccines, given how quickly they were developed, so I'm quite hesitant for that reason to get one.  I might be forced to, though, for school in the Fall.
Nor is moral theology my area of expertise.  I'm not sure I even have one anymore :-).

As for the use of aborted baby remains in the 2 vaccines you've referred to, there was some good discussion about that in at least one other thread, which of course, I can't seem to find right now!
"I'm an old man now and have had a great many problems.  Most of them never happened."~ Mark Twain

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RE: A Priest’s Moral Analysis of Vaccines - by J Michael - 03-11-2021, 02:06 PM

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