CNN Religion Commentator, during Christmas Eve segment on CNN, stated that Americans without a valid vaccination should not be permitted to attend churches services.
“I believe that we are trying to communicate to people that you have a responsibility to gather, and you know Christian churches are gathering tonight, but some do not require vaccinations, which is something I don’t agree with,” Father Edward Beck stated Thursday. Love one another is part and parcel of caring, as the birthday dictum from Jesus. Compassion is a sign of love. To each other, show mercy.
“So, I believe the lesson here is to take care of one another if you want to be like Jesus during these times. If we are going to celebrate together we must do it safely and comfortably. We also have to share that gift of peace with each other. Part of that is feeling healthy and like we’re gathering within a healthy environment.
He later stated, “I don’t believe there’s any reason to say that I’m not going get vaccinated. Maybe for a medical reason. Then you can’t go to church.”
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Beck, despite being swiftly criticised on Twitter, proudly defends his tweets and makes a more clear statement about where he stands regarding unvaccinated churchgoers.
He wrote, “Yep. It was me that said it” on Twitter. “I don’t think unvaccinated people should be gathering in churches for Christmas Eve / Day Masses.”
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Many Catholics called Beck heretical and accuse him of misleading the Faith Tenets.
Abigail Marone was the press secretary of Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) and simply declared, “This insane.”
John Cooper, Heritage Foundation director of Media and Public Relations, stated that “The opposite is Christ-like.”
The wrath of angry Americans also came from Dr. Anthony Fauci, who told many Americans that they should cancel their holiday plans for this year. First, he suggested that vaccine mandates be enforced by their families.
Fauci said, “And this is why people should, when they invite people over to their home, ask and maybe even require that people provide evidence or good faith that they have vaccinated.” .
Over the weekend Fauci told Americans to rethink their family reunions by not inviting any unvaccinated relatives.
“If someone in your family isn’t vaccinated, should you ask them not to show up?” MSNBC reporter Alicia Menendez asked Fauci.
He replied, “Yes, that’s what I would do.”
“I believe we are in a grave enough predicament right now. If there is an unvaccinated individual, I would apologize, but this time, not at the moment. “Maybe another time when it is all over,” said he.
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Biden White House sent its message last week to Americans who were not vaccinated with the doomsday threat that they might face winter of death.
We are determined not to let omicron disrupt school and work for the vaccinated. You’ve done the right thing, and we will get through this,” White House COVID response coordinator Jeff Zients said. “For the unvaccinated, you’re looking at a winter of severe illness and death for yourselves, your families and the hospitals you may soon overwhelm.”