There has been some confusion over the issue of vaccinations for COVID, especially since the introduction of the one shot Johnson and Johnson version. You might remember how in our seminary days moral theology discussions on formal, proximate and remote cooperation with evil, etc. could be quite daunting.
It’s easy to get “lost in the weeds” – and unfortunately some of the guidance coming from USCCB and from some chanceries entail discussions that often do not successfully help lead people out of the weeds resulting in no little confusion.
On ADOM web, Father Cioffi of St. Thomas University offers a helpful and erudite discussion. But the simplest statement on the matter is found below from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
So to the question, can the parish be used as a site for all the currently available vaccinations, the answer is YES.
To the question, should I advise my parishioners to receive any of the three vaccinations available, the answer is also a definite YES.