At my SSPX chapel, we just heard from the pulpit today that it is morally acceptable to use abortive ναccιnєs, if there is a proportionate reason (reference to the refuted Fr. Selegny article).
While I have given up posting during Lent (Sunday are exempt), I will be using some of that recovered time to write a comprehensive refutation of the SSPX articles, the 2005 Vatican doc, and add many considerations the SSPX position leaves out of consideration.
I do acknowledge the complexity of the matter, the division between authorities on the matter, and the possibility I could be wrong.
That said, it is clear to me that had Catholics held strong against the pointless abortive MMR ναccιnє 20 years ago, we would not today be debating the morality of the abortive CÖVÌD19 “ναccιnє.”
I feel a strong compulsion to lay out the complete argument against the moral permissibility of using abortive ναccιnєs, so I’m going to put it out there, and then, as always, if the other side defeats my arguments, I will be obliged to amend my position (as any honest man would do).
Look for it shortly before Holy Week.