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No Jab, No Jesus?

In his Sunday bulletin this week, Fr. Michael Haney, pastor of the National Shrine of the Cross in the Woods in Indian River, Michigan, is proposing…
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JMJ
Dear Fr Haney,

I am sure you are well meaning but perhaps over zealous.

Please take a moment to consider regards, “ Churchgoers have a moral responsibility to protect one another from harm. ”

Yes this is true but in the correct context.


Father, this is an experimental therapy (mRNA) and you are knowingly or unknowingly forcing the faithful to be part of an experiment on a world wide …More
JMJ
Dear Fr Haney,

I am sure you are well meaning but perhaps over zealous.

Please take a moment to consider regards, “ Churchgoers have a moral responsibility to protect one another from harm. ”

Yes this is true but in the correct context.


Father, this is an experimental therapy (mRNA) and you are knowingly or unknowingly forcing the faithful to be part of an experiment on a world wide stage known as “experimental” cell therapy.

Where do the moral implications lay when I am injured from the experiment and unable to feed my family with no compensation from organisations with zero liability? Do we look to you and the Church for compensation because you coerced?

There is a less than 1% chance of mortality from Covid 19.

There is effective medicines for a cure.

The only thing on earth that precludes me from receiving the Blessed Sacrament is the laws of the Church as prescribed in Cannon Law.

Please reconsider your rash decision.
1. It is without proportion and measure. (Harsh and unreasonable)
2. Based on incomplete Science.
3. Beyond and outside of Cannon Law.
4. It is not for the clergy to burden the faithful with their own zealous rules as this is clericalism.

Thanks for reading.
Ultraviolet
You mean I won't be able to get communion in the hand anymore at his Novus Ordo parish? MFW... :P
aderito
What this priest proposed is sacriligious ,i cant believe things like this comes from the mouth of a clergy
Live Mike
Dear Jesus, Mary and Joseph, save me from uncharitable thoughts