The pope — appearing alongside several other Catholic bishops serving in North, Central, and South America — insisted in a video message released Wednesday by the Ad Council the shots can end the suffering brought on the coronavirus pandemic.
“Thanks to God and to the work of many, we now have vaccines to protect us from COVID-19,” Francis said . “They grant us the hope of ending the pandemic, but only if they are available to all and if we work together.”
“Getting the vaccines that are authorized by the respective authorities is an act of love,” the pontiff said. “And helping the majority of people to do so is an act of love. Love for oneself, love for our families and friends, and love for all peoples.” [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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