Have the unvaccinated been excommunicated from the Catholic Church in Canada?


Assessment: As Church attendance plummets, the once predominately Christian nation of Canada is publicly telling the faithful that if they do not receive one of the experimental, abortion-tainted COVID-19 injections, well, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is just not for them …

In the Post-Vatican II Church of Nice, in the stereotypically friendly country of Canada, it seems the only sin a Catholic can commit is remaining unvaccinated.  

While the Canadian House of Commons and Senate were unanimously passing a radical pro-LGBTQ bill that seeks to criminalize sharing biblical teaching and moral guidance about transgenderism and homosexuality, the Church in various parts of Canada seemed more concerned with making sure the faces of the faithful were veiled, and ensuring that every congregant has rolled up his sleeves in the name of science. 

“So when Jesus had received the sour wine, He said, “It is finished!” And bowing His head, He gave up His spirit.

“Public Masses are open to the public!” reads the website for St. Basil’s Catholic Parish in Toronto.  

“ALL VISITORS MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19,” it adds directly beneath, seemingly incapable of acknowledging the irony.  

The world, of course, has always been at odds with the authentic Catholic faith, and those who seek to uphold it. It is nothing new to face discrimination or persecution for being Catholic. In fact, great Saints and Our Lord Himself have shown us that even having your blood shed in defense of the faith is both an honor and, at times, a necessity.  

However, there exists a strange situation in Canada (and almost certainly other countries), where the Church is no longer a place of refuge from the fallen world but a place that turns faithful Catholics into spiritual refugees. The timeless words of Sacred Scripture imploring us to “Be not afraid,” or some variation of that sentiment, has been warped by the Canadian Church into “Wear your mask, get your shot, and social distance—unless you want your grandma to die.”  

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