Resistance Podcast 143: Answers on Vaccination Morality w/ Fr. Ripperger

Fr. Ripperger graciously did an interview on the topic of vaccinations and the morality of them/  We touched on topics of fetal cells to the COVID vaccines.  This is probably too spicy for YouTube to post it there so I put it on other platforms

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Click any of the above platforms to watch the interview

Vaccination: a Catholic Perspective is a great book on this topic that just came out that we bring up in the interview

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14 thoughts on “Resistance Podcast 143: Answers on Vaccination Morality w/ Fr. Ripperger”

  1. Steve, where’s your coffee ( .. tea, water, whiskey)? The expression on your face tells
    this viewer a coffee/tea etc. would ease the strain while Fr. R and Grant hammer out
    the details of the formal statements put out by Bishops and pertinent bodies.

  2. This answer does not constitute a cogent reply. You have not addressed any of the arguments presented.

    42:02: “Then there’s the third kind: those which modify one’s DNA.”

    He goes way in-depth on this, but this type of vaccine doesn’t exist. No vaccine – COVID or otherwise – modifies or changes your DNA in any meaningful way or any way that is dangerous

    40:15: “Not derived from aborted fetal tissue… They developed a protein from that cell line, but then that protein is removed. That protein is what’s inserted into the virus in order to debilitate it if I understand that correctly. Then it’s tested and produced again in the cell line.” He then says this refers to Moderna.

    This is so rather far from what Moderna did. Scientists decoded the RNA of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus causing COIVD-19) and parsed out which genes made which parts. Some of this initial research was done using HEK293 cells. From that, an annotated genome of the virus was published. From this, Moderna and Pfizer took the RNA sequence for the external spike protein of the virus and manufactured RNA artificially.

    More could he cited. In essence a blanket rejection is not a proper form of argument. Precision is required, not a one sentence rejection.

    1. I’ve mentioned way more than one sentence to that priest and he rejects it. I’ve cited scores of links to him. I have plenty on this. Moderna does have, in fact, mRNA that is changing of DNA this is well known. For him to say no is rejection of reality. Go look it up yourself. I mean it’s even on the Moderna website.

      40:15 not derived from aborted fetal tissue. His flawed opinion. Would you care to check out Pam Acker’s response to that? That priest won’t dare respond to her I notice. If you want to say the experimental injection (bc that is what it is… not a vaccine but an EXPERIMENTAL INJECTION) as it is being tested on humans after skipping safety trials (fact) and you have people dying and being messed up from this (more fact) than good luck. Any that cannot honestly see that is not worth listening to.

      1. Moderna’s mRNA stays in the cytoplasm.
        It does not enter the nucleus.
        DNA is in the nucleus.
        mRNA reproduces via cytoplasm ribosome only.

        According to the CDC:

        Facts about COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines
        They cannot give someone COVID-19.

        mRNA vaccines do not use the live virus that causes COVID-19.
        They do not affect or interact with our DNA in any way.

        mRNA never enters the nucleus of the cell, which is where our DNA (genetic material) is kept.
        The cell breaks down and gets rid of the mRNA soon after it is finished using the instructions.


        Some of the newly created vaccines, including the one now approved in the UK developed by Pfizer/BioNTech, use a fragment of the virus’s genetic material – or messenger RNA.

        “Injecting RNA into a person doesn’t do anything to the DNA of a human cell,” says Prof Jeffrey Almond of Oxford University.

        It works by giving the body instructions to produce a protein which is present on the surface of the coronavirus.

        The immune system then learns to recognise and produce antibodies against the protein.

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