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Topics: Covid-19

PRI Review (v30, n3) May/June



China’s Deadly Coverup 2 Stories from Top Exorcist 4 Culture Wars and COVID-19 6 Church Rejects Right to Abortion 8 Spain in Quarantine 9 Courage of a Parish 10 PRI in the News 11 From the Countries 12

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Which COVID-19 Vaccines Are Being Developed with Fetal Cell Lines Derived from Aborted Babies?



Many of the leading vaccine candidates for the 2019 novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV2) are being developed using fetal cell lines that were originally derived from the tissues of aborted babies in the 1970s and 80s.

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70 scientists, doctors tell Trump how to regain control over corona crisis hijacked by radicals



Sientists note that “some of the complaints relating to COVID-19 appear to be from those who see this pandemic as a political opportunity.”

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Was the coronavirus created by Chinese scientist who tried to cover her tracks — and failed?



Dr. Shi Zhengli’s January 2020 ‘discovery’ was the equivalent of trying to wipe the fingerprints from a gun that had just been used to commit murder

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What Does the COVID-19 Pandemic Have to Do With Abortion?



ER personnel, struggling to meet the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic, will be strained to provide care to women hemorrhaging from abortive pills.

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WHO China representative blames China for coronavirus cover-up



WHO’s biggest mistake—one which has cost millions of infections and deaths–was taking China’s word that there was no human-to-human transmission.

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Pro-Lifers Weigh In On Virginia Pro-Abortion Revolution



Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam chose to observe Good Friday by signing into law a radical expansion of abortion on demand, gutting hard-won protections for unborn children and the health and safety of their mothers. The new law not only repeals key informed consent provisions, but for the first time, it permits non-physicians (such as nurse practitioners) to carry out abortions. Religious leaders called Mr. Northam’s choice of timing a “particular affront to all who profess …

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US parish finds a way to give faithful Holy Communion during coronavirus shut down



After listing all the prudential reasons why our churches have been locked down during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, Father Raymond de Souza writes in the National Catholic Register that “the challenge remains about how to administer the sacraments. … Confessions are not being heard [and] Holy Communion is almost nowhere being distributed.”

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