Christ’s faithful are at liberty to make known their needs,
especially their spiritual needs, and their wishes to the Pastors of the Church.
They have the right, indeed at times the duty,
in keeping with their knowledge, competence and position,
to manifest to the sacred Pastors their views on matters
which concern the good of the Church.
They have the right also to make their views known to others of Christ’s faithful,
but in doing so they must always respect the integrity of faith and morals,
show due reverence to their Pastors,
and take into account both
the common good and dignity of individuals.
—Code of Canon Law, 212
DEAR Catholic Bishops,
After a year and a half of living in a state of “pandemic”, I am compelled by the undeniable scientific data and testimony of individuals, scientists, and doctors to beg the hierarchy of the Catholic Church to reconsider its widespread support for “public health measures” that are, in fact, gravely endangering public health. As society is being divided between the “vaccinated” and “unvaccinated” — with the latter suffering everything from exclusion from society to the loss of income and livelihood — it is shocking to see some shepherds of the Catholic Church encouraging this new medical apartheid.Continue reading