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TandJ:
Iíve been trying to form a more correct conscience instead of a scrupulous conscience. I need some practical advice from people with normal consciences on if this is the way itís done. Say my mom wants to take my son to the beach. I think it over in my head that itís probably OK to go because I know good Catholics who go and I canít say that it will be a proximate occasion of sin for him so I come to the decision thatís it ďprobablyĒ ok without doing any more investigation. Is this moral certainty?

What about this. I feel I donít want to give my kids vaccines but since I cannot homeschool some of them because of my illness I decide to send them to Catholic school. The Bishop required vaccines so I decide itís ďprobablyĒ ok because I canít assume the Bishop would force people to do something clearly immoral.



To arrive at moral certainty is it enough to just reflect and do what is probably ok or must one consult every single time with a confessor?

lauermar:
It just seems like off the charts scrupulously. Please stop reading QAnon followers drama and hysteria regarding vaccines.

Fr. Chad Ripperger has okayed vaccines that do not contain fetal cells within them. Ask the pharmacist to look it up for you so you don't take the cells internally. Testing on them is immoral but far enough removed from us. There's also a moral obligation to protect yourself and others from disease. 

Please let your mom take your kid to the beach! You'll regret them not spending time together. There are certain times of day when the beach is less populated and you can go then. As long as you're leading modesty by example is enough. You can't control what others wear, you aren't buying pornography and you can't put their eyes out. Just teach them to keep custody of the eyes.

TandJ:
Thank you for your comment, I do appreciate your advice. I was mainly just trying to understand how to form a correct conscience. Not even my husband with a lax conscience understood the complex writings in a good theology book (he said it sounded like it was written by lawyers lol). I guess I just needed someone to explain it like you would to a kid learning the catechism :)

TradGranny:

--- Quote from: lauermar on May 03, 2021, 12:14:58 AM ---Fr. Chad Ripperger has okayed vaccines that do not contain fetal cells within them.

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Father Ripperger has said the opposite. It is immoral for an informed Catholic to use a "vaccine" researched or produced using electively aborted fetal cell lines.
 
https://www.bitchute.com/video/a4eJhjenkjaY/

Are you truly misinformed or are you lying?

You do know that to create the Human Embryonic Kidney (HEK) cell lines, about 100 babies are killed for each cell line?

You do know that according to vaccine researcher Pamela Acker, the babies are removed intact in the birth sac from their mothers' wombs. They are alive at the time the incision is made to remove their kidneys.

If you are unaware and would like to know the truth, I will post the links.

TradGranny:

--- Quote from: TandJ on May 02, 2021, 10:05:40 PM ---I The Bishop required vaccines so I decide itís ďprobablyĒ ok because I canít assume the Bishop would force people to do something clearly immoral.

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You might want to become more informed on Catholic moral theology.

https://www.lifesitenews.com/episodes/bishop-schneider-explains-why-christians-must-never-take-abortion-tainted-covid-vaccine

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