Tonight we share a moment of contemplation for our late night bloggy denizens and all manner of Kansas City lost souls.
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Joseph F. Naumann, head of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas, issued the statement in conjunction with Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades, of Indiana.
Both bishop and archbishop are members of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. Naumann is chairman of the committee on pro-life activities and Rhoades chairman of the committee on doctrine.
“Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines raised concerns because an abortion-derived cell line was used for testing them, but not in their production,” the statement read. “The Johnson & Johnson vaccine, however, was developed, tested and is produced with abortion-derived cell lines raising additional moral concerns.”
The stunning conclusion . . .
“While we should continue to insist that pharmaceutical companies stop using abortion-derived cell lines, given the worldwide suffering that this pandemic is causing, we affirm again that being vaccinated can be an act of charity that serves the common good,” the archbishop and bishop noted.
You decide . . .