“Vax” mandate idiocy of church leaders

  • [HERE’s the full story.] “One’s own conscience cannot be placed, at any time and in any way, above the laws and rules that apply in society, which must also be taken into account,” Fr. Martin Kramara, the bishops’ spokesman, explained. “If someone decides to drive on the left in a country where everyone drives on the right, they cannot invoke freedom of conscience,” Kramara added, citing the cases of a doctor refusing to perform an abortion or euthanasia as legitimate examples of conscientious objection.”

That’s the most cynical bit of manipulation I’ve seen in a long time. Father Kramara cites a doctor legitimately refusing to do an abortion for reasons of conscience over against the State, but says no one can legitimately refuse the abortion-tainted “vaccine” for reasons of conscience over against the State.

No “vaccine”, no Sacraments. That’s so evil. So evil. And yes, I know, certain ecclesiastics I know will be “stunned” that I used the word “evil.” Whatever. I’m sick of their cowardly betrayal of Jesus in the least of the brethren. Murdering kids to get “vaccines” is evil.

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2 responses to ““Vax” mandate idiocy of church leaders

  1. sanfelipe007

    Amen!

  2. Joisy Goil

    I had to re-read Fr. Karnara’s comment a few times because I thought I was misunderstanding. HUH? Double talk. After reading the full story, I am even more confused and disgusted.

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