I would respectfully suggest that Roberto de Mattei ponder his own heavy moral responsibility for the division his booklet has helped to provoke among the Catholic faithful, particularly given its peremptory and haughty tone toward Catholics who want nothing to do with abortion and thus nothing to do with abortion-derived vaccines, a conviction he rather arrantly dismisses as 'sentimentalism.'
We are surely witnessing only the first beginnings of an attempt to create a worldwide underclass of the unvaccinated, with vaccines serving as nothing more than otherwise pointless mechanisms for social control
Our mission is to end the use of aborted fetal tissue in scientific research. We know enough to get to work on that. Aborted fetal cell lines came from aborted fetal tissue. I see no material difference between them from a moral perspective
By now, it should be perfectly obvious that the argument for COVID vaccination as necessary to protect 'the commongood' has no credible basis. Even the promised benefit of these vaccines for individual symptom alleviation — the only promise ever made, which de Mattei does not appear to recognize — is fast eroding, with endless abortion-derived 'booster shots' in the offing.
‘According to the properly framed and understood moral principles invoked by the Vatican documents concerning abortion-tainted vaccines, the … COVID-19 vaccine products are mortally sinful to take or facilitate.’
Further compounding Australians’ doubts in their government’s messaging around the COVID-19 vaccine rollout is a recent crackdown on doctors and other healthcare professionals who dissent from the $24 million campaign to convince all Australians to take the jab by October this year.