The Catholic Church Joins the Anti-Vaccination Movement

The Catholic Church in Kenya claims tetanus vaccine is sterilizing women. http://jezebel.com/kenyan-bishops-dont-vaccinate-your-kids-its-a-birth-c-1657816168

The Catholic Church in Kenya claims tetanus vaccine is sterilizing women. http://jezebel.com/kenyan-bishops-dont-vaccinate-your-kids-its-a-birth-c-1657816168
So it's ok if they die from tetanus as long as they're not sterile! That's what passes for thinking when it comes to religion. what absolute morons. Lois
The Catholic Church in Kenya claims tetanus vaccine is sterilizing women. http://jezebel.com/kenyan-bishops-dont-vaccinate-your-kids-its-a-birth-c-1657816168
So it's ok if they die from tetanus as long as they're not sterile! That's what passes for thinking when it comes to religion. what absolute morons. LoisFrom the people who told you that a condom was no protection against AIDS. Those AIDS orphans aren't going to make themselves, you know.

Thinking, long term, perhaps Catholics who remain steadfast, across the generations, will evolve a greater resistance to tetanus and AIDS. (Not much consolation to all the Catholics who may die, unnecessarily, in the meantime, I know.)

The Catholic Church in Kenya claims tetanus vaccine is sterilizing women. http://jezebel.com/kenyan-bishops-dont-vaccinate-your-kids-its-a-birth-c-1657816168
So it's ok if they die from tetanus as long as they're not sterile! That's what passes for thinking when it comes to religion. what absolute morons. LoisFrom the people who told you that a condom was no protection against AIDS. Those AIDS orphans aren't going to make themselves, you know. In 20 or so years, how many things the catholic church used to say will be regarded as we regard the notion that the earth is the center of the cosmos?


In 20 or so years, how many things the catholic church used to say will be regarded as we regard the notion that the earth is the center of the cosmos?

Hopefully, a lot of things, but 20 years is a pretty fast pace, for Catholicism, even with a go-getter like Pope Francis, at the top.

Thinking, long term, perhaps Catholics who remain steadfast, across the generations, will evolve a greater resistance to tetanus and AIDS. (Not much consolation to all the Catholics who may die, unnecessarily, in the meantime, I know.)
Yes, and maybe the Easter Bunny will deliver colored eggs and candy to your house. Anything is possible in a supernatural universe where the laws of physics and biology don't apply. Lois
Thinking, long term, perhaps Catholics who remain steadfast, across the generations, will evolve a greater resistance to tetanus and AIDS. (Not much consolation to all the Catholics who may die, unnecessarily, in the meantime, I know.)
Yes, and maybe the Easter Bunny will deliver colored eggs and candy to your house. Anything is possible in a supernatural universe where the laws of physics and biology don't apply. Lois Although, admittedly unlikely, that Catholics will evolve a resistance to AIDS and tetanus, it is precisely because it would be consistent with natural laws, that this could come to pass many generations from now, and if it does, I will be really pissed off at you in the however many thousands of years that it takes, having, also, waited, in vain, for the Easter Bunny that you promised would bring me candy.
The Catholic Church in Kenya claims tetanus vaccine is sterilizing women. http://jezebel.com/kenyan-bishops-dont-vaccinate-your-kids-its-a-birth-c-1657816168
So it's ok if they die from tetanus as long as they're not sterile! That's what passes for thinking when it comes to religion. what absolute morons. LoisFrom the people who told you that a condom was no protection against AIDS. Those AIDS orphans aren't going to make themselves, you know. In 20 or so years, how many things the catholic church used to say will be regarded as we regard the notion that the earth is the center of the cosmos? It took the church 360 years to admit Galileo was right about the heliocentric universe. The church didn't exactly apologize, but John Paul II "expressed regret over errors." So don't hold your breath waiting for the next expression of regret about errors by the Church. Lois
Thinking, long term, perhaps Catholics who remain steadfast, across the generations, will evolve a greater resistance to tetanus and AIDS. (Not much consolation to all the Catholics who may die, unnecessarily, in the meantime, I know.)
Yes, and maybe the Easter Bunny will deliver colored eggs and candy to your house. Anything is possible in a supernatural universe where the laws of physics and biology don't apply. Lois Although, admittedly unlikely, that Catholics will evolve a resistance to AIDS and tetanus, it is precisely because it would be consistent with natural laws, that this could come to pass many generations from now, and if it does, I will be really pissed off at you in the however many thousands of years that it takes, having, also, waited, in vain, for the Easter Bunny that you promised would bring me candy. ;)