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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Dear Bishops, I Have a Catechism and a Brain: Taking a Vaccine Tested Using Kidney Cells from Living Babies is Gravely Sinful!

Editor's note: Biologist Pamela Acker discussed with John Henry Weston the use of live babies whose kidney cells were removed (without anesthesia) to test the Wuhan vaccines in the lab. The babies' cells were not used in the vaccines, but were crucial to testing the vaccine. Hundreds of babies were likely harvested for the lab tests.  Watch the video which reveals the tremendous evil. Are you willing to cooperate? 

Lise Baur, Les Femmes contributor, is not!

Dear Bishops, I have a Catechism (and a brain) and I am willing to use it!   by Lise Baur


Every faithful Catholic has a valid religious exemption to these immoral “vaccines” even if all the Bishops including the Holy Father accept the jab. I put the word vaccine in quotations because what is referred to as a vaccine is not really and truly a vaccine in the historical use of the word. A vaccine traditionally is something given to prevent that person from infection of a microorganism and if that same individual should have future contact with that microorganism then he could not transmit that microorganism to another. The same happens, by the way, when one catches a virus and then develops natural immunity.
I do not give a care as to what the Catholic Bishops opine about the mRNA injection currently available. That they encourage people to take the injection that has been made with or tested on aborted baby parts is simply evil and they were all taught this long ago in the seminary.

Today, I finally looked at the Catechism of the Catholic Church. The version I used was promulgated by Pope John Paul II and it is an older copy before any of the recent changes* were made.

Paragraphs 2270 -2273 which fall under the section of the Fifth Commandment, “Thou shalt not kill.” (Exodus 20:13) deals with the grave moral evil of abortion. It is a mortal sin in all cases. There is no room for discussion on that statement. A mortal sin destroys the friendship between God, the Creator and his creature. If friendship is not restored then that soul will suffer a permanent separation from the Beatific Vision (heaven) for all eternity.

Paragraph 2289 deals with the subject of respect for health. It warns that respect for one’s body and attainment of health is not an absolute value. It rejects the “neo-pagan notion that tends to promote the cult of the body, to sacrifice everything for its sake… By its selective preference of the strong over the weak, such a conception can lead to the perversion of human relationships.” This means that we may not put the health of our own bodies above all else which can lead to use of other human beings, such as aborted babies, in a utilitarian manner to preserve our own life.

In paragraph 2296, the catechism explains about organ donation. The last two sentences are particularly important,

It is not morally acceptable if the donor or his proxy has not given explicit consent. Moreover, it is not morally admissible directly to bring about the disabling mutilation or death of a human being even in order to delay the death of other persons.

Not only is abortion always a grave sin against God and humanity, the use of the body parts gained in that immoral act cannot be used to bring about the delay in the death of other persons. It cannot be clearer. These substances labeled "vaccines" use HEK 293 cell line. HEK stands for Human Embryonic Kidney. The only way to get human embryonic kidney cells (they must be living cells by the way) is to unjustly take them from a living human being in their embryonic stage of development aka abortion in the early part of pregnancy. 

We will all stand individually before the Just Judge for what we have done and what we have failed to do. I will not forfeit my eternal salvation to accept an injection tainted with the grave moral evil of pre-born baby murder even if it means my life ends earlier than expected. If the bishops want to throw away their chance at the Beatific Vision for a few extra moments on earth, let them, but I pray they realize before it is too late the folly of their position and the scandal it brings to those entrusted in their care.

* FYI: Changes to the perennial teaching of Holy Mother Church are not valid because all the Church’s teachings come directly from our Blessed Lord. The Pope and all the Bishops can only offer enrichment through a deeper understanding of the teachings, they cannot change the teaching to mean something different.

3 comments:

Justina said...

The other day I was discussing this issue with a young priest (who offers the TLM) and he said there is no problem, as far as Catholic theology is concerned. The reason? The abortions took place long ago. I asked whether, on that basis, we ought to take advantage of the results of Nazi research too, and he said, "Well, we do." Then he cautioned me against the temptation of wanting to be a "Catholic Amish" person, claiming that if I don't want to accept the "jab" I need to give up my cell phone, since the companies that manufactured it are tainted as well. I pointed out that Bishop Schneider disagrees, and Father waved me off, asserting that Bishop Schneider is a showboat who will say anything to stay in the limelight. At that point, I admit I just gave up.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

I tend to not argue. But I will follow my own conscience. Since testing in the lab is on-going the sin against the unborn is repeated over and over. If others can take the jab in good conscience, well and good for them. I can't and I won't. Death is not the worst thing that can happen to me and I hate to think of meeting those little cannibalized babies after I die with their blood on my conscience. How can I look them in the eyes?

Steve Schneider said...

Thank you for this post. I have used it in a letter that I wrote to my parish now that they have begun promoting the vaccine as morally acceptable. Our diocese is selling it as an issue of public health and an act of charity toward your neighbor. https://dioceseofraleigh.org/communications-office/covid-19-vaccine

This is the letter that they distributed.
https://www.saintandrew.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Vaccine-Morality.pdf

I'm sure you can see the obvious and not so obvious error with it, such as the dismissal of the poor soul who had their life stolen in 1972 in the Netherlands; as if that make it ok. I teach CCD for 8th graders at the parish, so we'll see if I'm dismissed. I also have to figure out other arrangements to get my youngest confirmed now. This is a scandal and I'm horrified.