“I would strongly suggest Vice President Biden spend time in reflective prayer and counsel with Catholic Church leaders to help him fully understand how ‘unchristian’ abortion violence is.”
‘There is no consistent or factual standard being applied here. It’s just a fake narrative gaining speed by its own momentum… Businesses must not use economic blackmail to spread disinformation and push bad ideas that citizens reject at the ballot box.’
“As we approach Easter, the bishops, as well as millions of practicing Catholics, are not going to have their concerns about Biden allayed by photos of him clinging to his rosary beads.”
Maybe he never learned the Fifth Commandment: “You shall not kill.”
Cardinal Burke weighs in, including his thoughts on Joe Biden receiving Holy Communion.
“It is all the rage among elites in many quarters to sanction sex transitioning for minors. It is time to call this madness for what it is–child abuse.”
America expected more from President Biden because he promised us more.
‘Yesterday, Secretary Mayorkas testified, quote, ‘the border is secure and the border is not open.’ Yet the situation on our southern border has required FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to be called in. So either this is the first time FEMA has been deployed just to admire a situation that is going smoothly, or the Administration is not being straight with the American people.’
He has managed to offend and alienate most conservative Catholics, including some bishops and clergy, by his positions on moral issues.
Shalanda Young, believes that abortion is “a matter of economic and racial justice.”
This bill makes it clear that Democrats think all Americans, through their tax dollars, should be forced to pay for elective abortions at home and abroad.
Does the US President’s open support for abortion mean that he should not receive Communion?
Democrats and Joe Biden are abortion extremists and are willing to usurp the will of the American people.
There is nothing new about the Catholic Church’s opposition to abortion or human trafficking, but what Pope Francis said about them on February 8 is worth a closer look.
“This disagreement among the bishops is not only bad for the Church but contributes further to the confusion many Catholics feel in the age of Biden.”