Fatherhood and Abortion-tainted Vaccines

Every Friday, VAERS makes public all vaccine injury reports received as of a specified date, usually about a week prior to the release date. As of today, VAERS data released showed 86,080 reports of adverse events following COVID vaccines, including 3,186 deaths and 10,152 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and April 16, 2021. Of the 3,186 deaths reported as of April 16, 26% occurred within 48 hours of vaccination, 17% occurred within 24 hours and 41% occurred in people who became ill within 48 hours of being vaccinated. This update published by Children’s Health Defense reports only a partial view of the worldwide pandemic.

In addition, we read daily related articles about the modern-day massacre of innocent babies“The Voice of Women in Defense of Unborn Babies and in Opposition to Abortion-tainted vaccines””, The Voice of Catholic Women opposing “Abortion-tainted vaccines”, but nowhere do we hear the voice of men.

With a continual worldwide increase in reports of injuries and deaths related to Abortion-tainted vaccines, what is the role of the father? In the New Testament, we have the image of the Good Shepherd. As a shepherd cares for those under his care, so a father must care for his family. He feeds them and protects them from danger. He provides for the needs of his family, whatever they may be. So Jesus, the Good Shepherd, is a model for all fathers – to love, to care, to protect their families.

In addition, Pope Francis declared this year to be The Year of Saint Joseph. Saint Joseph is a model for all fathers because he totally answered the call to love, care for, and protect the most important family of all – the Holy Family of Nazareth. He protected his family in the most difficult of circumstances dealing with Herod. Saint Joseph has shown us what it means to be a father and how to live out this important role.

As the pandemic spreads throughout the world, we encounter the issue of abortion and abortion-tainted vaccines. Abortions kill children, experimenting on these dead bodies scientists attempt to cure diseases. Do these little children have a right to life? If so, who are the protectors of these rights? As part of a human family, the sole protector has always been the husband, the father? Can you hear the voice of fathers, of husbands in defense of their unborn babies and in opposition to abortion-tainted vaccines. So I ask you, is there a vocation crisis in fatherhood? Like St Joseph, their vocation is to protect their family – both the mother and the child.

By not accepting this role, this responsibility as husbands, much suffering is laid on the shoulders of women who must raise children without the presence of a strong, concerned, loving father. So this Year of Saint Joseph is extremely important for us to do some serious praying and ask St. Joseph to strengthen fathers who are weak, struggling and falling short of their duties.

Inspired by Jesus, the Good Shepherd, we learn about the role, the vocation of fatherhood. We see that Jesus is the model for all shepherds. The man who would be a good father must be a good Shepherd. He must draws his strength from a close relationship with Jesus. Setting aside time for prayer and Scripture study is vital for all fathers. One of the greatest temptations that fathers face is to lose themselves in their work. It can become an excuse to shirk their other duties.

When a father takes time for silent prayer, it will help him (1) to comprehend the big picture, eg. “Abortion-tainted vaccines”, (2) to keep work in proper perspective to his family obligations, and (3) to understand that he does not have a family to support his work but that he works to support his family. Through this personal encounter with God, men will come to realize how important it is to protect their wives and children.

He will protect his family from anyone who might seek to harm them. There are many dangers seeking to destroy the family, including profit-making industries like Planned Parenthood, vaccine companies, and fake mass media reporting – this includes television, radio, advertising, movies, the Internet, newspapers, magazines, and so forth. These dangers influence the way people look at issues and unconsciously change their thinking. It is getting harder and harder to keep them away from the family because of the television and the internet.

A good father must be aware of what his children watch and read. He monitors what they access on the internet. When children do stumble onto offensive material, the father talks to them about it and teaches them why such content is harmful. A good father protects his family by providing alternative shows for them to watch – movies and programs that are wholesome, that teach good values, and that will help them to grow into solid adults.

God calls fathers to an important role of providing for and protecting the most vulnerable members of their families, including unborn children. Fathers must become a loud voice in defense of unborn babies and speak out against abortion-tainted vaccines. Men must seek God and find strength through Him.

For example, the end cannot justify the means. We are living through one of the worst genocides known to man – abortion. Millions upon millions of babies across the world have been slaughtered in their mother’s womb. And day after day this hidden genocide continues through the abortion industry, biomedical research and fetal technology, in order to use the body parts for research, vaccines are one of their goals, not to mention men’s facial lotions, women’s shampoo, etc. Just do a quick check on google.

Now is not the time for fathers to yield; to do so would be grossly irresponsible. The acceptance of these vaccines by men, on the grounds that they involve only a “remote, passive and material cooperation” with evil, would play into the hands of the Church’s enemies and weaken her as the last stronghold against the evil of abortion.

Two things must be realized here. The term “abortion-tainted vaccines” consist of two separate evils, on the one hand, abortion – the killing of children, and on the other hand, through the heinous business of trafficking and marketing the remains of these aborted children for research. It is a billion dollar market. This cannot be justified. We cannot offer to God a vaccine based on the death of another human life.

The Good Shepherd would rather lay down his life than abandon the sheep. I cannot help but remember St. Paul’s words in Ephesians, chapter six:

“Therefore take up the whole armor of God, so that you may be able to withstand on that evil day, and having done everything, to stand firm” (Ephesians 6:13). 

You don’t put on armor unless you’re expecting a fight. St. Paul tells us to put it on and to be ready. In marriage that means standing guard against the temptations of the world, and being ready to rebuke them in Jesus’ name. Sloth, lust, arrogance, killing babies, abortion-tainted vaccines, etc. Be on guard, and when the devil whispers his lies and temptations, be ready to fight. Better to die fighting than to give up the sheep. 

Jesus calls us to imitate him. He tells us that we too are called to lay down our lives. It is not an incidental offering, but an intentional one. Most often, the place you will be called to imitate the shepherd is in your vocation. It is only in giving up our lives that we truly live.

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