So, the idiot “icons of orthodoxy”, afraid of the powers that be, afraid not to receive billions of dollars in funding for “charitable programs”, are at it again, saying that religious exemptions are not to be given regarding the “vaccine” mandate because it is a question of someone’s conscience not regarding any Church regulation, but merely Natural Law which is applicable to all. But let’s see what Pope Paul VI says about this in article 4 of his encyclical letter, Humanae vitae:
- “No member of the faithful could possibly deny that the Church is competent in her magisterium to interpret the natural moral law. It is in fact indisputable, as Our predecessors have many times declared, (1) that Jesus Christ, when He communicated His divine power to Peter and the other Apostles and sent them to teach all nations His commandments, (2) constituted them as the authentic guardians and interpreters of the whole moral law, not only, that is, of the law of the Gospel but also of the natural law. For the natural law, too, declares the will of God, and its faithful observance is necessary for men’s eternal salvation. (3)
(1) See Pius IX, encyc. letter Qui pluribus: Pii IX P.M. Acta, 1, pp. 9-10; St. Pius X encyc. letter Singulari quadam: AAS 4 (1912), 658; Pius XI, encyc.letter Casti connubii: AAS 22 (1930), 579-581; Pius XII, address Magnificate Dominum to the episcopate of the Catholic World: AAS 46 (1954), 671-672; John XXIII, encyc. letter Mater et Magistra: AAS 53 (1961), 457.
(2) See Mt 28. 18-19.
(3) See Mt 7. 21.
The (cardinal) arch(bishops) who blatantly lie about the Church’s custodial role with the Natural Law hate the painting at the top of this post. It’s about little Jesus in the womb of Mary, who is visiting her cousin Elizabeth with little John, now six months in her womb, leaping for joy at the presence of Jesus, God, the Lamb who takes away the sins of the world. These ecclesiastics hate mention of Jesus and John because their promotion of abortion tainted vaccines is like taking a machete and gouging the babies out of their mothers’ wombs so as to research and then develop and test vaccines.
There is no talk of Jesus anymore. Nope. Not ever.
- “Kill Him! Kill ’em all!” they shriek.
You think these guys are going to give you a religious exemption? No, no they’re not.
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Mother Mary and St. Elizabeth, pray for our Church!