The three most important elements for creating a moral judgement on the vaccines

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Isabella H. de Carvalho, I.Media
The Congregation of the Doctrine of Faith published a note in December 2020 affirming that it was “morally acceptable” to receive COVID-19 vaccines and reiterating that this choice should be “voluntary.” Almost a year after this document was published though, many Catholics are still debating and have questions on whether the inoculations are or should be a moral obligation.

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