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What Do the Pope’s Recent Remarks to Pharmacists Regarding Conscientious Objection Tell Us About the Right to Object to COVID-19 Vaccines?

Courtesy photosClockwise from left: Pope Francis meets participants in a congress promoted by the Italian Society of Hospital Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Services of Health Authorities at the Vatican Oct. 14. COVID vaccine being administered by a nurse. Father Serafino Lanzetta, a professor of dogmatic theology. Cardinal Wilhelm Eik speaking at Saturday’s conference. Professor Roberto de Mattei, a lecturer in Church history at the European University of Rome

Church leaders and theologians who spoke with the Register indicate that the Holy Father’s arguments in support of conscientious objection for health professionals might also have an application in the context of abortion-tainted vaccines.

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