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Religious Exemption Papers - Covid 19


Lord of Lords wants to do their part in protecting Freedom and Religious Rights. We'll be collecting any information regarding Exemption Papers or tools to protect your freedom as we find them and posting it below. Feel free to download and use these to protect yourself and your family. If possible consider supporting Lord of Lords as well and any others who are fighting to make sure our rights aren't violated.

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Many people are being forced to choose between feeding their families and getting injected with a potentially deadly experimental substance. This is a fundamental violation of not only human rights, but the religious rights that we are guaranteed in the United States of America. 

At the bottom of this post are Word docs and PDF files constructing what the creator of the documents calls an “air tight religious exemption request” for the COVID vaccine if it is mandatory for you at work, school, or in the military. You can download these and customize them to your individual scenario.

The Full Document is everything necessary for a US Army Soldier to submit a religious exemption request to his immediate commander, with only certain portions needing to be edited to include your name, unit, and details.

The “Religious + Practical Side Supporting Documents” contains all of the details giving both the religious reasons for why Christians cannot receive the Vaccine, and the practical reasons for why it isn’t actually necessary to receive the Vaccine.

The Religious and Practical Side Supporting Documents are also separated in case you specifically need either one without the other.

We are human beings made in the image of God. We have God-given human rights and should not be forced to choose between feeding our families and putting something that is potentially deadly into our bodies. As a reminder is the only social network on the internet that allows criticism and discussion about the experimental non-FDA approved Covid vaccine.

God be with us all.



Lord of Lords would also like for you to consider being backed by a Church if you do not have one to fall back on currently and consider becoming a member of CFM. This ministry if you don't know already is amazing as well as their leader Pastor David Lynn. He is currently putting his ministry in the Gap and line of fire to protect the members of his church and they've created their own religious exemption forms. All you have to do is become part of the Church whether in person or Online Members.




Our position on COVID-19 vaccinations, vaccinations, blood, and other medicines are as follows:

We do not support, endorse, Or believe that cfm members or anyone else should take the Covid 19 vaccine nor be forced to insert, inject, inhale, digest, or swallow any electronic/chemically triggered device, food, medication, drug, pill, vaccination and/or DNA or RNA altering substance against their will as it can alter Gods design and purpose in their lives, force exposure to potential unwanted side effects and even premature death, and cause believers to violate their conscience and relationship with God bringing constant emotional, mental, and spiritual frustration and turmoil concerning the well being of their soul (Romans 14:5,22-23; Romans 2:15, Hebrews 10:22, 1 Tim 1:5,19-22, 1 Tim 3:9).
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THOUSANDS of hours have gone into researching and preparing these document, materials and strategies for your use.

Peggy Hall and Pastor David have been providing SUCCESSFUL religious exemption support and counseling for HEALTHY AMERICANS since May 2020.

If you are seeking Pastor David’s counsel about your faith, you are now a member of TRUE HOPE MINISTRY.

Christians are a part of the Body of Christ, which is not contained in four walls.

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“Although I cannot tell you much about what my son does for the army, he has invested a great deal of blood, sweat, and tears in training and three deployments for this country. He was about to face the September mandate UNTIL I sent him all your religious exemption material. He is, in fact, a Christian and totally averse to getting the jab for many reasons.

He submitted the request, they accepted it, and thus will keep his job at this point. So, I just wanted to say thank you and to let others know that there can be success in this process. It was a very small price for this paperwork compared to the BIG price he would have had to have paid with the alternative of losing his job.

Thank you for all you do. I would ask that you not use my name should you choose to share this with your viewers and I certainly would not be hurt if you didn't. My mother's heart is overflowing; I so wanted to say God bless you and your husband.”

“Myself and several co-workers paid for the Religious Exemption and submitted to our employer Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital in Whittier and they were all accepted, we can express our gratitude, thank you so much for all your hard work.” Rita S.

“I’m an assistant principal in a large school district, and I wanted to thank you. I submitted your documents for religious exemption and I am going to be accommodated to be able to continue working remotely and not have to get a covid test or vaccine. Thank you for all of your support and work.” ~ M. Williams


Suitable for all 50 states, and customized for your own individual situation.

Use this for:

  • Employers

  • Medical Settings

  • Government agencies

  • Federal employers

  • Military

  • Colleges and universities

  • Valid for any state

You are born with God-given rights protected by the United States Constitution.

Even if you don’t belong to an organized religion, you can seek an exemption based on your sincerely-held moral or ethical beliefs. We will teach you exactly how to get your exemption.


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Colorado Catholic Conference / TEMPLATE 

NOTE: Neither the Colorado Catholic Conference nor the bishops or clergy of Colorado can sign this letter for Catholics outside of their dioceses. Individuals wishing to seek an exemption should take the letter to a member of clergy in their local diocese and ask if they will sign it.


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To Whom It May Concern,

[Name] is a baptized Catholic seeking a religious exemption from an immunization requirement. This letter explains how the Catholic Church’s teachings may lead individual Catholics, including [name], to decline certain vaccines.

The Catholic Church teaches that a person may be required to refuse a medical intervention, including a vaccination, if his or her conscience comes to this judgment. While the Catholic Church does not prohibit the use of most vaccines, and generally encourages them to safeguard personal and public health, the following authoritative Church teachings demonstrate the principled religious basis on which a Catholic may determine that he or she ought to refuse certain vaccines:

    • Vaccination is not morally obligatory in principle and so must be voluntary.[1]
    • There is a moral duty to refuse the use of medical products, including certain vaccines, that are created using human cells lines derived from abortion; however, it is permissible to use such vaccines only under case-specific conditions—if there are no other alternatives available and the intent is to preserve life.[2]
    • A person’s assessment of whether the benefits of a medical intervention outweigh the undesirable side-effects are to be respected unless they contradict authoritative Catholic moral teachings.[3]
    • A person is morally required to obey his or her conscience.[4]

A Catholic may judge it wrong to receive certain vaccines for a variety of reasons consistent with these teachings, and there is no authoritative Church teaching universally obliging Catholics to receive any vaccine. An individual Catholic may invoke Church teaching to refuse a vaccine that used abortion-derived cell lines at any stage of the creation of the vaccine. More generally, a Catholic might refuse a vaccine based on the Church’s teachings concerning therapeutic proportionality. Therapeutic proportionality is an assessment of whether the benefits of a medical intervention outweigh the undesirable side-effects and burdens in light of the integral good of the person, including spiritual, psychological, and bodily goods.[5] The judgment of therapeutic proportionality must be made by the person who is the potential recipient of the intervention,[6] not by public health authorities or by other individuals who might judge differently in their own situations.

The Catholic Bishops of Colorado have affirmed this in two letters dated December 14, 2020 and March 17, 2021, concerning COVID-19 vaccines, stating:

“The bishops of Colorado affirm that the use of some COVID-19 vaccines is morally acceptable under certain circumstances…. However, if individuals have serious moral objections or health concerns about vaccines, those concerns should be respected by society and government, and those individuals should not be forced into vaccination, contrary to their conscience. The government should not impose the COVID-19 vaccines on its citizens.”[7]

Furthermore, the free-exercise clause of the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment requires state accommodation of individuals who object to vaccinations on religious grounds. Government neutrality also requires religious accommodation when the state offers secular exemptions, which is the case in Colorado for medical and non-medical exemptions[8] and exemptions through the Americans with Disabilities Act and Civil Rights Act of 1964.[9]

Vaccination is not a universal obligation and a person must obey his or her own conscience. Therefore, if a Catholic comes to an informed judgment that he or she should not receive a vaccine, then the Catholic Church requires that the person follow this judgment of conscience and refuse the vaccine. The Catechism is clear: “Man has the right to act in conscience and in freedom so as personally to make moral decisions. ‘He must not be forced to act contrary to his conscience. Nor must he be prevented from acting according to his conscience, especially in religious matters.’”[10]



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[1] Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), “Note on the Morality of Using Some Anti-COVID-19 Vaccines,” December 17, 2020, n. 5: “At the same time, practical reason makes evident that vaccination is not, as a rule, a moral obligation and that, therefore, it must be voluntary.”

[2] See Pontifical Academy for Life, “Moral Reflections on Vaccines Prepared from Cells Derived from Aborted Human Foetuses,” June 9, 2005; Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Instruction Dignitas personae, 2008, nn. 34-35; Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, “Note on the Morality of Using Some Anti-COVID-19 Vaccines,” nn. 1-3. When there is a sufficiently serious reason to use the product and there is no reasonable alternative available, the Catholic Church teaches that it may be permissible to use the immorally sourced product under protest. In any case, whether the product is used or not, the Catholic Church teaches that all must make their disagreement known and request the development of equal or better products using biological material that does not come from abortions.

[3] See United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services, 6th ed. (Washington, DC: USCCB Publishing, 2018), n. 28. Hereafter “ERDs.”

[4]  “A human being must always obey the certain judgment of his conscience. If he were deliberately to act against it, he would condemn himself…” Catechism of the Catholic Church (Vatican City: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1993),, n. 1790. Hereafter “CCC.”

[5] See ERDs, nn. 32-33; nn. 56-57; Part Three, Introduction, para. 2; Part Five, Introduction, para. 3.

[6] See ERDs, nn. 56-57. Both of these directives state that the proportionality of medical interventions is established “in the patient’s judgment.”

[7] A Letter to the Faithful from the Colorado bishops on Covid-19 Vaccines. Colorado Catholic Conference. (2020, December 15).

[8] Vaccine Exemptions. Department of Public Health and Environment.

[9] Pandemic Preparedness in the Workplace and the Americans with Disabilities Act. U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

[10] CCC, n. 1782, citing Second Vatican Council, Dignitatis humanae, December 7, 1965, n. 3.


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Vaccine Exemptions
Typically the most efficient and economical avenue to avoid a vaccine mandate is to obtain a religious or medical exemption. Our attorneys have helped hundreds of individuals obtain a vaccine exemption. For religious exemptions, note that religion is defined broadly under applicable law, so you do not need to belong to any specific religion. Your religion does not have to be opposed to vaccination because it is the personal religious belief that matters. If you are seeking an exemption, you can watch our webinar or retain us for individualized assistance.

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More information about each type of exemption is available below:

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires employers to offer their employees medical or religious exemptions from vaccination, including for the COVID-19 vaccine.  We have obtained exemptions for employees across the country and have filed numerous related cases.



Exemptions to school vaccination requirements vary by state.  All states provide for a medical exemption which is often difficult to obtain and typically must meet the criteria set forth by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).  We regularly work with treating physicians and negotiate with school administrators to have valid medical exemptions approved.

Regarding school-aged children and college students, many states also provide a religious exemption.  Most schools and institutions of higher education require that students (or parent if the student is a minor) submit a statement of beliefs describing their religous beliefs and practices. Schools and institutions of higher education are allowed, and often do, reject religious exemptions if they do not meet certain criteria. Through our webinar or personal representation, we can assist you in avoiding common pitfalls when submitting a religious exemption and have done so for families across the country.

A small number of states also allow for a philosophical or personal exemption, but efforts are underway to remove these exemptions. For this reason, if you have a medical or religious basis for an exemption, it may be prudent to obtain an exemption on one of those bases.



Under U.S. immigration laws, a foreign national applying for an immigrant visa abroad or seeking an adjustment of status to become a lawful permanent resident is required to present documentation showing the receipt of certain vaccines.

We assist individuals that seek to avoid these vaccines because of moral or ethical convictions or religious beliefs by assisting in preparing, as required by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), a Form I-601, Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility along with your immigration application.  (INA 212(g)(2)(C).)

Immigration law also provides for a medical exemption to those that qualify.  (INA 212(g)(2)(B).) Grounds for obtaining a medical exemption can include the fact that there is no vaccine recommended for your specific age group, that you have a contraindication to a vaccine, or that you have had insufficient time to complete entire vaccine series.  The civil surgeon conducting your examination will determine if you meet the criteria for a medical exemption to vaccination.

We have assisted numerous individuals in obtaining waivers to vaccination as part of their immigration process.  We can work with individuals representing themselves or with your immigration attorney to seek approval of vaccine exemptions.