Arguments against lockdowns, by Bishop of Springfield. “[I]n the face of a pandemic, do we have a moral obligation to shut down our society, require people to stay at home, put employees out of work,…More
Arguments against lockdowns, by Bishop of Springfield. “[I]n the face of a pandemic, do we have a moral obligation to shut down our society, require people to stay at home, put employees out of work, send businesses into bankruptcy, impair the food supply chain, and prevent worshippers from going to church? I would say no,” the bishop concluded, saying that such actions “would be imposing unduly burdensome and extraordinary means.”
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Bishop Paprocki: We must weigh cost of 'extraordinary' shutdowns

Denver Newsroom, Sep 24, 2020 / 02:01 pm MT (CNA).- In an essay published this month, Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield in Illinois argued …
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When an Anarchist is poor he breaks laws; when he is rich he makes them. In neither case does he ever dream of obeying them.