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Broglio: Military members should be allowed religious exemption on vaccine

Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services said Oct. 12 that “no one should be forced to receive a COVID-19 vaccine if it would violate the sanctity of his or her conscience.”

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St. Catherine, St. Thomas universities to require COVID-19 vaccinations this fall

Students at the two Catholic universities based in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis need to add one more item to their to-do list: Get a COVID-19 vaccine. And soon.

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Should we take whatever vaccine is offered?

On March 1, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker told residents in the town of Mattapan that when it comes to the various COVID-19 vaccines, “These are all very effective. People don’t need to pick one from another. People should get vaccinated. If you have a chance to get a vaccine, you should take it, whatever it is.”

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Naumann: Vaccine objectors still have ‘responsibility to protect public health’

Four days after issuing a joint statement with another bishop saying the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines were acceptable and could be taken “as an act of charity,” Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City, Kansas, reiterated this message noting there had been some misunderstanding about it.

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Use of Pfizer, Moderna COVID-19 vaccines is morally acceptable, say bishops

While confusion has arisen in recent days in the media over “the moral permissibility” of using the COVID-19 vaccines just announced by Pfizer Inc. and Moderna, it is not “immoral to be vaccinated with them,” the chairmen of the U.S. bishops’ doctrine and pro-life committees said Nov. 23.

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