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.
We must reject, on moral grounds, all COVID-19 vaccines that have any connection to aborted preborn baby cells (especially those babies who were 'kept alive' long enough for scientists to extract the kidneys or retinas from which they derived the desired 'material.') Time and distance are irrelevant to profiteering from such abominations for any reason, even life-saving in the present or future.
For a religion predicated on tradition, the suppression of tradition makes no sense unless the goal is to change that religion fundamentally. In urging the bishops to marginalize the traditional Latin Mass, the Pope reveals the depth of his contempt for Catholic tradition and his desire to cement in place a modernist redefinition of Catholicism.