Love Thy Neighbor

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To end the pandemic, we all need to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. That's why CHA is encouraging everyone to Love Thy Neighbor by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing and hand hygiene, and getting a vaccine when available. These actions express our solidarity with one another as we work together to overcome these challenging times. Please feel free to use any of the #LoveThyNeighbor social media campaign materials, information and other resources on this page and join us in sharing this important message with your family, friends and colleagues. If you have questions, would like additional information, or have ideas on how to spread the word, contact Brian Reardon, vice president, communications and marketing.


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Social Assets – Please use, share and post!

CHA invites its members, our partners and anyone who will step up and help bring awareness to the importance of overcoming COVID-19 with masks, social distancing, hand hygiene and vaccinations to use these social media assets. Please use the hashtag #LoveThyNeighbor when posting.

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» Vatican COVID-19 Vaccines: Resources for Church Leaders

CHA has joined the #Pastors4Vaccines challenge that calls faith leaders to pledge to get the vaccine as soon as they are eligible, share widely about their experience, educate their community and advocate for racial equity.


"The second is this, 'YOU SHALL LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF.' There is no other commandment greater than these."
Mark 12:31

Episode 30 – COVID-19 Vaccines and Faith Communities
Amidst the public discourse about COVID-19 vaccines are questions and concerns pertaining to moral implications and religious objections. Fr. Tom Nairn, PhD, a trained ethicist and author of several books on bioethics, joins Dr. Reginald Eadie, president and CEO at Trinity Health of New England, in countering some of the myths and clarifying some of the misinformation that has arisen.
» Podcast transcript