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‘As [Pope Francis] has said, we need to do it for the common good; we have a moral obligation to our neighbors, co-workers, friends and family,’ the archbishop of Chicago argued.
By David McLoone, LifeSiteNews, Jan. 27, 2021
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CHICAGO, January 27, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago called it a “moral obligation” to get vaccinated, without taking into account the moral questions of using vaccines that have some connection to abortion at various stages of development, including testing.
In yesterday’s tweet, Cupich “encourage[d] everyone, when your time comes and you are invited to get vaccinated, to do so.”
“As [Pope Francis] has said, we need to do it for the common good; we have a moral obligation to our neighbors, co-workers, friends and family,” argued the archbishop of Chicago, who was made a cardinal by Pope Francis in 2016. …