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You won't be able to sue the Pope

I have several questions for those who resist vaccination for other than a medical reason. If you decide not to get vaccinated due to a religious exemption and become infected, can you hold your priest accountable? Could you seek redress by referring him to the bishop, claiming you were given inadequate advice? If hospitalized, could you demand to be treated by the hospital chaplain instead of a doctor?

It is obvious that you would be unable to sue the Pope since he has long supported vaccination and has indeed been vaccinated himself. Perhaps your readers can provide guidance to anyone facing this issue.

John H. Nason



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