We are very excited to share the happy news that the long-awaited Mobile Ultrasound Van is slated to be rolled out in Rochester this spring! The van will spend most of its time stationed near Planned Parenthood.
The success rates of these vans in helping women choose life is staggering! Please let us know if you would like to know more about this wonderful addition to the local Pro-Life movement.
There is a need for technicians who can perform and read ultrasounds. If you or someone you know might be interested in filling this role, please let us know and we’ll pass you name along!
Please also see below for encouraging and inspiring stories of lives saved…
Thank you again to Dr. Nosacek for a wonderful presentation last night! If you were not able to join us, please check out the video here.
We will be announcing the date of our next VJC soon, so stay tuned!
The USCCB now has sample letters to vaccine-producing companies urging them to produce morally acceptable vaccines. Check them out!
The Finger Lakes Guild adds our voice in support of the CMA on this sad news
Thank you to Jennifer Burke and the Catholic Courier for covering this important topic!
Check out the whole thing!
The good news…more vaccine doses will be available.
The bad news…Sanofi’s now-delayed vaccine is among the least morally compromised.
Sadly, the unborn are likely to be ever more in the crosshairs in the coming years and so it is only that much more important to support and protect them in any way we can.
Please consider joining virtual March for Life this Friday, January 29, beginning at 11am (ET).
We hope to see you there!
With the news of the impending approval of COVID vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson we wanted to briefly address the moral issues related to these specific vaccines.
We want to stress that the conclusions reached by the Vatican on the permissibility of using any morally-compromised vaccines do apply to these two new vaccines as well. So, each faithful Catholic who is considering receiving any of these vaccines should consider two points: the effectiveness of the vaccine and the degree of moral compromise.
Effectiveness: It appears that these two new vaccines are not more effective than from Pfizer and Moderna (and may actually be less effective, see also here, and here). At the same time, no vaccine has thus far been found to have more adverse reactions than another. Therefore, from a strictly scientific standpoint, Pfizer and Moderna would be preferred over AstraZeneca or J&J.
Moral Compromise: According to the Charlotte Lozier Institute’s information these two new vaccines from AstraZeneca and J&J are significantly more morally compromised than those made by Pfizer or Moderna. This is due to the fact that both AstraZeneca’s and J&J’s vaccines use abortion-derived cell lines in all three phases of production (Design/Development, Production, and Confirmatory Testing).
These two points argue for Pfizer or Moderna and against AstraZeneca or J&J asfaithful Catholics should, when able, choose the least compromised vaccine available.
–Please note that this is not medical advice and if there is a medical reason that a specific vaccine, regardless of its moral standing, would pose a risk to your health, please follow your doctor’s advice!–