The Catholic bishops of Austria believe that being injected with a vaccine against Covid-19 is a form of Christian responsibility:
In a statement released at the end of their autumn plenary assembly on Friday, the Austrian Bishops’ Conference said “Christian responsibility” should manifest itself during the coronavirus pandemic as “personal responsibility, consideration, and solidarity.”
“The willingness to be vaccinated is an expression of this attitude,” the bishops wrote.
“We are still in the midst of a pandemic with enormous personal, social and economic implications,” they continued. “There must be no lockdown of hearts and help.”
The bishops indicated that they believe recent news points “encouraging indications that there could be an effective and safe vaccination against the infection in the foreseeable future.”
On Monday, November 9, shortly after the U.S. elections, BioNTech and parent company Pfizer announced that they had developed a viable “vaccine candidate” against Covid-19.
Echoing a May statement by Pope Francis, the Austrian bishops said coronavirus vaccines should be made available worldwide at reasonable prices. They condemned any national hoarding of vaccines or economic interests interfering with its accessibility by the poor.
However, they also stated that there are those who should get first crack at the vaccine, that is, people whose professions bring them in constant contact with infected people or who are otherwise particularly vulnerable.
In the bishops’ statement, they also published their wishes, which they described as a “responsible contribution” regarding restrictions on Catholic worship in Austria. Going above and beyond the government’s own requirements, the Austrian bishops required Catholics to stand 1.5 metres (4 feet, 9 inches) apart at all church services, whether indoors or outdoors, and to wear masks. In addition, all baptisms, first communions, confirmations, and weddings will be postponed.
“With these restrictions, the bishops want to make a responsible contribution to overcoming the crisis,” they said in their statement.
“At the same time, this ensures that the essential basic practices of faith continue to be possible,” the bishops continued.
These same Austrian Catholic bishops support gay marriage which, like the “pandemic,” is another social mechanism to promote international bolshevism — the antithesis of Christianity.
As we previously reported, the Catholic Church is fully behind mass vaccination but allegedly only as long as the vaccines do not contain MRC-5 cell lines obtained from aborted human fetuses.
And the highly experimental and heavily promoted mRNA vaccine by Moderna does indeed use aborted fetal tissue — and it’s troubling to say the least that this group of bishops in Austria failed to mention it at all.
Of course, Catholic doctrines are rarely based on what the Bible actually says — submitting to experimental vaccines with potentially dangerous and fatal long-term side effects to help stave off a fake pandemic can hardly be construed as a “Christian responsibility.”
Our “Christian responsibility” is always to the truth — and real scientific truth never contradicts God’s truth — but from its beginning this current manufactured “pandemic” has been built on lies, inconsistencies, and contradictions — prima facie evidence that the pandemic and its “cures” are in opposition to the truth and Christ’s teachings.
The so-called “Christian” leadership is fully behind the governments’ position on this pandemic — and they are actively encouraging their congregations to submit to vaccination once it is officially green-lighted as “safe and effective” against COVID.
But then again, what more should we expect from treacherous “Christian” ministers who preach anti-Biblical doctrines that placate the enemies of God and mislead their flocks into worshiping the anti-Christ?
And not only is submitting to this vaccine your “Christian responsibility,” according to Jewish “expert” Dr. Michael Lederman from Harvard, it is also your “patriotic duty.”
In other words, just do it — and stop asking questions.