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Knoxville Diocese cancelling unvaxed

(LifeSiteNews) “The diocese [of Knoxville] announced shortly before Christmas via email that all of its employees “must be fully vaccinated no later than January 31, 2022 or submit proof of a negative COVID-19 test every 7 days from a medical professional and wear a cloth face mask over his/her face and nose while at work.” Those who do not comply “will be subject to discipline up to and including termination.” The stated possible exemptions are narrowly given: “Employees may request an exception from this mandatory vaccination policy if the vaccine is medically contraindicated” or “may be legally entitled to a reasonable accommodation…because of a disability.”

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Notice that there is no possibility of a religious exemption. Ever. Because, you know, taking a machete to the womb of a woman to rip out her child to rip out its organs to do research and development and testing for “vaccines” is a religious thing to do. What a bunch of murderous hypocrites. As Jesus said:

  • “The time is coming when anyone who kills you will think they are proffering worship of God” (John 16:12).

That time has come, already a long time ago, since Jesus and the least of the brethren have been on the Cross.

The Diocese of Knoxville borders my parish for about 20 miles or so. If anyone in Knoxville Diocese is having a tough time getting Holy Mass or the Sacraments, like Confession and Last Rites, I will take care of you. The Lord’s Little Flock is not to be deprived of the grace of the Sacraments because of not being complicit in the the murder of the Lord, that is, the least of the brethren, in the womb.

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