Priests across the country are following the lead of the nation's bishops and promoting the COVID vaccine.
One of the priests getting creative is Msgr, G. Michael Bugarin, who used his Michigan parish's annual food truck festival to promote a vaccine clinic.
On Sunday, Church Militant Resistance members were on the sidewalk at Bugarin's wealthy suburban parish, drawing attention to his role in sidelining falsely accused priest Fr. Eduard Perrone.
As Resistance members prayed the Rosary, food trucks in the church parking lot across the street were starting to draw crowds.
Bugarin is Abp. Allen Vigneron's delegate, the administrator responsible for handling abuse issues. He manipulated the accuser in the Perrone case to generate false testimony.
It was Bugarin who took the pulpit at Perrone's church and informed parishioners that their priest was out.
Michael Voris: Do you think this is fair? Do you think Fr. Perrone, right now, is being treated justly by the archdiocese? Not according to the process; the process was set up by a homosexual predator cardinal. I'm talking about, man to man, with people standing here as parishioners, do you think Fr. Perrone is being treated justly in this whole process?
Given Bugarin's history, it comes as no surprise that he would use his parish to encourage his parishioners — and the community — to take the jab.