As all of you probably know, I am not a religious person. What you don’t know is that I was raised Catholic. While I have my criticisms of the Church and the Holy See, one thing that I have always respected is the church’s steadfast defense of its beliefs.
President Biden’s stance is not in keeping with the Church’s stance on abortion. The Church is reportedly looking at refusing communion to Catholics who support abortion, and the President doesn’t think that the Church has the moxie to enforce this rule.
“That’s a private matter and I don’t think that’s gonna happen,” the second Catholic president told reporters at the White House.
In short, he thinks that the Communist Pope will cave in, thus destroying the reputation of the Church. In other words, the President believes that the Pope’s support of Communism outweighs his belief in his God.
But Pope Francis, who is known for his oftentimes liberal views, is believed to oppose cutting off Communion to Biden. He said in a recent sermon that Communion “is not the reward of saints, but the bread of sinners” and his allies campaigned against the US bishops’ push.
He might be right. Biden stole an election and he may also steal the Church. The Pope is soon to bow down and kiss the Presidential ring.