A group of Canadian Catholic bishops, doctors, and scholars have sent a joint letter to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, calling for his government to fund an “ethical” coronavirus vaccine not derived from fetal cells harvested from aborted babies:
The letter, dated May 21, was sent to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and copied to the Canadian health minister, Patty Hajdu.
It includes the signatures of Winnipeg archbishop Richard Gagnon (president of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops); Moira McQueen, executive director of the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute; Helen McGee, president-elect of the National Association of Catholic Nurses of Canada; and Archbishop Sotirios, chairman of the Canadian Conference of Orthodox Bishops.
The letter urges the Trudeau government to fund “alternative” vaccines that are not made using fetal cells harvested from aborted babies years ago and to make ethically sourced vaccines available to Canadians.
The letter does not explicitly say one should not use the first coronavirus vaccine that is made available. However, it does recommend that an ethically sourced vaccine be offered to those who consciously object to a vaccine with a fetal cell line lineage.
“We endorse the earliest possible development of safe, effective anti-viral vaccines and the broadest uptake of vaccination. We urge your government to fund the development of vaccines that do not create an ethical dilemma for many Canadians,” says the letter.
“On one hand, the wide uptake of vaccines is essential to protect citizens from the transmission of disease. On the other, a vaccine produced using abortion- derived cell lines raises conscience concerns for anyone who might be offered that vaccine and is aware of its lineage. This dilemma will emerge if there are no alternatives to vaccines developed with the use of human fetal cell lines obtained from elective abortions.”
The letter includes signatures from various other Canadian Catholic bioethics groups, such as the Catholic Civil Rights League, Priests for Life Canada, and St. Michael’s University.
So the Catholic Church is perfectly fine with vaccines that kill, maim, and permanently disable both children and adults — just as long as they aren’t developing used aborted fetal tissue.
If the Catholic Church really wanted to take a Christian position on vaccines, they would call for a worldwide moratorium until an independent scientific consortium proved them to be completely safe and effective, but that’s impossible, so it will never happen.
Of course, the upcoming COVID-19 vaccines, whether or not they are made from aborted fetal tissue, are not being distributed to stop the seasonal flu — their ultimate purpose will be population reduction, something the Catholic Church allegedly opposes.
A whisletblower in the U.K. has already come out to warn the public that the COVID-19 vaccines being tested right now have agents in them that are causing sterility in those receiving them — but don’t hold your breath waiting for the Catholic Church to denounce this genocidal aspect of the vaccines: