Vaccine Equity

An Act of Charity and Solidarity Submitted by In Word & Witness

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A coalition of 28 U.S. Catholic organizations is promoting vaccine equity in the U.S. and around the world, drawing on Catholic social teaching, for people who are underserved or marginalized. This includes communities of color, rural areas, and others with limited vaccine availability in the U.S., as well as access for developing countries and among refugees and other displaced people who may not be citizens in their current home.

Recognizing there has been differing information and understanding about the vaccines, the Catholic organizations are joining together to promote the common good and amplify the teachings of Pope Francis and U.S. Catholic Bishops on accepting the vaccine as they become available and promoting equitable distribution.

The coalition is providing information and resources on issues related to COVID-19 vaccines. Find resources on vaccine equity, Catholic social teaching, Vatican resources, conscience formation, and more.
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