(ANSA) – MILAN, 02 JAN – The Diocese of Milan has a clear and clear position, always expressed, in favor of vaccines, the green pass and the government policy to combat the Coronavirus: this is what the communication office underlines in relation to the controversies that arose after the “no vax” homily of last December 31 given by Don Tarcisio Colombo in Casorate Primo (Pavia).
The area vicar, Monsignor Michele Elli, is in contact – it was explained – with the priest to understand what really happened and what the contents of the homily were. That is, whether a misunderstanding can be determined.
It was recalled that since the beginning of the pandemic several parishes have made spaces available to proceed with vaccinations and in some structures have been set up that have become real vaccination hubs that have been able to inject vaccines to thousands of people. In addition, Archbishop Mario Delpini has visited these places and several other vaccination centers several times to encourage volunteers and doctors for their work and to give his blessing.
The Diocese also underlines that in September the vicar general, Monsignor Franco Agnesi, issued a decree on measures to combat the pandemic in which it was explained that “the care for the salvation of souls cannot ignore the commitment to protect the health of bodies. “and in which it was indicated to be vaccinated and instructions were given to priests and lay pastoral workers in this regard. (HANDLE).
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