Bishop Applauds Coronavirus Vaccines Not Made With Fetal Cells From Babies Killed in Abortions

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Bishop Applauds Coronavirus Vaccines Not Made With Fetal Cells From Babies Killed in Abortions

Catholic Church leaders are educating the public about the ethical concerns with coronavirus vaccines that were developed with cell lines created from aborted babies and one Catholic bishop has weighed in with his own thoughts.

What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines

Most COVID-19 Vaccines Do Not Use Fetal Cells for Production; Several Used Abortion-Derived Cell Lines in Testing; Experts Urge All Vaccine Developers to Use Noncontroversial Alternatives Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) has published a new chart (see below) detailing whether the eight leading COVID-19 vaccine candidates supported by Operation Warp Speed are produced or tested using cells derived from abortions.

Trump Admin Funding Pro-Life Alternatives to Using Aborted Baby Parts for Research

The Trump administration issued a plan Monday to promote ethical alternatives to aborted baby body parts in scientific research. The grants, under the National Institute of Health, will provide $20 million to develop alternatives to “human fetal tissue obtained from elective abortions,” according to the notice published Monday by the U.S.

Vaccine Company Sanofi-Pasteur Stops Using Aborted Baby Parts to Make Polio Vaccine

Pro-life advocates’ calls to stop producing vaccines with cells from aborted babies are making a difference in the world. The Catholic News Agency reports the company Sanofi-Pasteur just announced plans to produce a new, ethically-developed polio vaccine. The project will replace an older polio vaccine that was developed with cells from an aborted baby, according to the report.