We can live in this world as if we are not immersed in it, we can pass through it as if we are not wedded to it, we can order our ever-shorter days to the everlasting Day of the Lord — and in this way, what we are, what we do, what we suffer, will not rot from selfishness, but will sprout and spread in the fecundity of love.
In a new interview, Bishop Athanasius Schneider affirms his position of ‘no exception’ for abortion-tainted vaccines and draws parallels between the Soviet propaganda of his childhood and what is currently happening in the Western world.
At present, reliable statistics make the prophesies of a 'killer virus' and a large 'excess mortality' appear as downright preposterous. It is all the more important to find an answer to these questions: Is an immunization against Covid-19 necessary? Is it at all possible? Are the available vaccines reliable and ethically acceptable – and if not, why not?