Viganò’s Open Letter to Vatican Officials re the Morality of Pushing COVID Vaccines

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By  Carlo Maria Viganò, The Remnant, Oct. 21, 2022

Vigano crest 2To His Most Reverend Eminence Cardinal Luis Francisco Ladaria Ferrer, SJ, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith

And, by competence:

His Most Reverend Eminence Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State of His Holiness

His Most Reverend Eminence Cardinal Peter Turkson, Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of the Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of the Social Sciences

His Most Reverend Excellency Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, President of the Pontifical Academy for Life

18 October 2022

Your Eminence,

Last year, on October 23, 2021, I wrote a letter to the President of the United States Bishops’ Conference, which was also sent to you, in which I expressed – as I have already done publicly – my very strong reservations on various extremely controversial aspects regarding the moral legitimacy of the use of experimental gene serums produced using mRNA technology. In that letter, which was written with the help of eminent scientists and virologists, I highlighted the need to update the Note on the morality of using some anti-Covid-19 vaccines, due to the scientific evidence that had emerged even then and moreover had been declared by the pharmaceutical manufacturers themselves.

Permit me, Your Eminence, to renew my appeal in the light of recent declarations made by Pfizer to the European Parliament and the publication of official data by the world health agencies.

First of all, I remind you that the document from the Dicastery over which you preside was promulgated on December 21, 2020, in the absence of complete data about the nature of the gene serum and its components, and also without any results from the efficacy and safety trials. The subject of the Note was limited to the “moral aspects of the use of the vaccines against Covid-19 that have been developed from cell lines derived from tissues obtained from two fetuses that were not spontaneously aborted.” The Congregation further reiterated: “We do not intend to judge the safety and efficacy of these vaccines, although ethically relevant and necessary, as this evaluation is the responsibility of biomedical researchers and drug agencies.” Safety and efficacy were thus not the subject of the Note, which in expressing an opinion about the “moral aspects of the use” did not deem it appropriate to comment on the “morality of the production” of these drugs. ….

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