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There's a growing list of U.S. dioceses not willing to give religious exemptions for the experimental abortion-tainted jab. Charles Serig of Our Lady of the Lakes parish of the archdiocese of Miami told Church Militant he asked for a religious exemption.
Charles Serig: "My work probably will be requiring us to get vaccinated at some point in time."
Along with Miami, the growing list of locales rejecting religious exemptions now includes the archdioceses of Seattle, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago; and the dioceses of San Diego, Sacramento and Monterey, California, as well as Lexington, Kentucky.
Serig: "The Church is the one place that I look to for that safety net and safe harbor, and I'm not finding that in the response that I got from the bishop."
Archbishop Wenski isn't the only one closing the door. A parishioner of the Seattle archdiocese received this email response from a priest, claiming Abp. Etienne instructed clergy not to write exemption letters.
Serig: "I do believe that there is something much deeper, diabolical if you will — underlying — that is being forced upon us."
As bishops seemingly contradict Church teaching on the formation of conscience and the immorality of mandates, people with a spiritual sense can see this problem transcends merely the natural realm.