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Ready for the COVID Vaccine? <br><span style='color:#8D8381;font-size:18px;'>An Orthodox Perspective</span>
Ethics, Religion and Science

Ready for the COVID Vaccine?
An Orthodox Perspective

by Gayle Woloschak | ελληνικά | Română COVID has changed the lifestyles of almost every American (and even most citizens of the globe) since March 15 when quarantine orders, stay-at-home orders, mask orders, work limitations, social distancing, and many other such measures began. In many locations, these orders are in effect “until a vaccine for COVID…

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Religion and Politics

The Disarray and Hope of Our Post-Election Abortion Politics

by Charles C. Camosy Pro-lifers, despite being in the clear majority of the country, are now politically homeless. 73% of Americans want abortion to be broadly illegal after week twelve of gestation, but for the US Congress, a 20-week limit—a modest threshold that makes European restrictions look pro-life—seems impossible to achieve. Senate Democrats still have the…

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