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Vaccines and abortion

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 Contents - Mar 2006AD2000 March 2006 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: The challenge facing Pope Benedict - Peter Westmore
Documents: Benedict's first encyclical 'Deus Caritas Est' speaks to the heart of the Faith - Michael Gilchrist
News: The Church Around the World
Archbishop Hickey: how to address the crisis of faith - Archbishop Barry Hickey
Mass: How can differences over the Liturgy be resolved? - Fr John O'Neill
Liturgy: Eucharistic faith: why the Mass needs re-enchanting - Alvin F. Kimel Jr
Modernism: 'New Church' not true Church: what modernists believe - Pastor Remotus
Vocations: Dominican Sisters: religious vocations continue to rise in Nashville - Tracey Rowland
The distribution of Holy Communion past and present: an historical survey - Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
Media: Archbishop Hickey presents the Christian message on TV - Daniel Tobin
Letters: The Fortified School - Chris Hilder
Letters: The Eucharist - Jim Howe
Letters: Adore 2006 in Brisbane - Tim Wallace
Letters: New Age - Richard Congram
Letters: Intelligent Design - Peter Barnes
Letters: Canadian Lectionary - Matt Walton
Letters: St John Vianney - Maureen Wright
Letters: Guitars - John Daly
Letters: Elitism - Jeff Harvie
Letters: Relic of the '70s - Don Gaffney
Letters: Vaccines and abortion - Judy Law
Letters: Gender neutral - P.F. Gill
Books: 'The Case For Marriage' by Linda J. Waite and Maggie Gallagher - Kerrie Allen (reviewer)
Books: Edith Stein Discovered: A Personal Portrait, by Pat Lyne OCDS - Michael Daniel (reviewer)
Books: Black Robe And Tomahawk: Fr Pierre-Jean De Smet SJ (1801-1873) - Michael Daniel (reviewer)
Books: Golden Priest, Wooden Chalice, by Fr Tim Norris - Michael Gilchrist (reviewer)
Books: Stimulating reading from AD Books
Reflection: Bringing Christ's love to the bereaved: a ministry for Catholic parishes - Fr Dennis Byrnes

I wonder if AD2000 readers have any idea that aborted fetal cells are providing a lucrative source for vaccination and medical products?

Just recently I found an article on a website titled "Aborted Fetal Cell Line Vaccines And The Catholic Family: A Moral Perspective" (www.cogforlife.org/fetalvaccinetruth.htm)

It is written by Debra L. Vinnedge, Executive Director, Children of God for Life, and endorsed with editorial contributions from Bishop Robert F. Vasa of Baker, Fr Thomas Euteneuer, President HLI, and a number of priests.

It exposes the truth about the vaccines using aborted fetal cell lines and the serious health dangers linked to vaccines for diseases not considered life-threatening.

The Children of God for Life introduced the Fair Labelling and Informed Consent Act to the US Congress in January 2004. This would force the pharmaceutical industry to provide full disclosure and informed consent on all products that use aborted fetal or embryonic cell lines, cloned or produced otherwise.

They have also succeeded in obtaining an ethical smallpox vaccine and are currently trying to bring an ethical alternative for the abortion-tainted rubella vaccine into the United States. They hope that pro-life consumers will demonstrate that they can provide a solid market for ethical and alternate vaccines and halt further demand for the harvesting and marketing of aborted human beings.

I am saddened and angry to find that the vaccines I have trusted, received, and allowed to be given to my children over the years were made from cell lines derived from aborted human foetuses.

I pray that every reader will read the above article and pass on the truth.

JUDY LAW
Mackay, Qld

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 19 No 2 (March 2006), p. 16

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