Mexico City, Mexico, Aug 7, 2021 / 06:00 am
40 Days for Life In Mexico said Wednesday that "regarding the issue of vaccines, each of the volunteers and people who are involved with the movement is free to make their decision regarding whether to get vaccinated or not."
The pro-life apostolate said that as an institution it is not taking a position on the issue for or against and that it respects “individual freedom”, in an Aug. 4 Facebook post.
40 Days for Life stressed that "our apostolate aims to end abortion through prayer and fasting, peaceful vigil and community outreach."
"We do not promote anti-vaccine positions, or attacks on priests who support vaccination” adding that "any comment or position of a 40 Days for Life volunteer is personal and does not represent the position or thinking of the 40 Days for Life Mexico movement."