Season 6, The Catholic Home, Episode 20: Vaccinations: Safe and Effective? (Part 1)

Jacinta and Theresa, two concerned Catholic mothers, begin this mini-series introducing the concept of questioning the safety and effectiveness of vaccinations. Their list of subtopics for discussion is presented but hardly any of the items are covered in this episode because relaying the stories of their journeys into the strange and dark world of vaccine research took up most of the air time. Especially interesting is one of the aspects of Jacinta and Stephen's unique Skype courtship.

Nevertheless, sufficient aspects are raised for our listeners to start, or continue as the case may be, their own journeys before they sink their teeth right into the grave facts in Part 2 which is to come later.

Episode Notes:

Vaccinated children have up to 500% more disease than unvaccinated children

Doctors Against Vaccines

Bill Gates links vaccinations to population reduction

$100,000 to anyone who can prove vaccines are safe

Neil Z. Miller books

Dr. Viera Scheibner books


Original Air Date: June 6, 2017
Show Run Time: 1 hour 11 minutes
Show Guest(s): Jacinta
Show Host(s): Theresa
Individual Season 6 Show Price: Not available.

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  1. Chris Radford says:

    For those of you interested in the outcomes of the first published (May 2017) peer reviewed study comparing the health outcomes of vaccinated vs. unvaccinated children, a link to the full study is available on the following page which summarises the results for the lay person.

    http://info.cmsri.org/the-driven-researcher-blog/vaccinated-vs.-unvaccinated-guess-who-is-sicker