Sunday, June 27, 2021

Should Biden Receive Holy Communion?; Joe Biden Says Sin is ‘Personal,’ But There’s Nothing Personal About Taxpayer-Funded Abortion; U.S. Catholic Bishops Aren’t Playing Politics With Communion, Biden Is, and related stories

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Should Biden receive Holy Communion?
There is no ambiguity in the Catholic Church's teaching about abortion. It is the gravest of evils
The dispute over whether Roman Catholics who facilitate abortions should be permitted to receive the Blessed Sacrament appears to be coming to a head as President Biden, a public Roman Catholic and public abettor of abortion, continues to attend Mass regularly and receive Holy Communion.
The Catholic Church has condemned abortion as being among the gravest of sins. To Catholics, the baby in the womb is a distinct human being who enjoys the right to live, and the Blessed Sacrament is not a symbol; it is substance. It is the body, blood, soul and divinity of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and there are necessary preconditions to its reception.
Can a person who facilitates killing a class of innocent human beings worthily receive the Blessed Sacrament? In a word: No. Here is the backstory.
There is no ambiguity in the church’s teaching about abortion. It is the gravest of evils. All humans have the right to live from conception to natural death. It is a core teaching of the church: “Thou shalt not kill.”
Also core among the church’s teachings is that Catholics have a duty to inform their consciences of what the church teaches, to exercise their informed reason in distinguishing right from wrong and to conform their acts to core church teachings. A properly formed conscience will conclude that it is always wrong intentionally to kill an innocent human life. I doubt that Mr. Biden disagrees with these principles. If he does, he is in the wrong church. --->READ MORE HERE
Joe Biden Says Sin Is ‘Personal,’ But There’s Nothing Personal About Taxpayer-Funded Abortion:
According to Press Secretary Jen Psaki, President Joe Biden’s sins are “personal” — but Biden’s unwavering support for abortion is a grave and public violation of the Church he claims to be a part of.
After rebooting a program to fund overseas abortions, removing restrictions on human fetal tissue research, authorizing taxpayer-funded abortions, promoting family planning through abortion, actively supporting Planned Parenthood, supporting legislation that would allow children to change their gender, and limiting the ability of faith-based organizations to assist in foreign aid, one thing is clear: Biden’s sins are as public as they come.
“Joe Biden is a strong man of faith and as he noted just a couple of days ago, ‘it’s personal,’” Psaki said during a press conference on Monday. “He goes to church, as you know, nearly every weekend, he even went when we were on our overseas trip. But, it’s personal to him, he doesn’t see it through a political prism, and we’re not going to comment otherwise on the inner workings of the Catholic Church.”
When asked if statements by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, which met last week to discuss “eucharistic coherence,” amidst plans to issue a document in November that will clarify who should receive Holy Communion, would make Biden reconsider his public support for abortion, Psaki repeated that the president’s faith is personal. --->READ MORE HERE
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