Priest Calls Joe Biden the “Most Aggressively Anti-Catholic” President Because He’s Pro-Abortion

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Priest Calls Joe Biden the “Most Aggressively Anti-Catholic” President Because He’s Pro-Abortion

A Virginia Catholic priest described Joe Biden as the “most aggressively anti-Catholic” president in U.S. history as he tries to expand the killing of unborn babies in abortions. In a column at the Catholic Culture blog Friday, Father Jerry Pokorsky, a priest in the Diocese of Arlington, pushed back against the portrayal of Biden as a devout Catholic.

Joe Biden HHS Pick Xavier Becerra Would Force Catholic Nuns to Fund Abortions

If he wins, Joe Biden is expected to announce California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, an “aggressively pro-abortion” Democrat who wants to force nuns to pay for abortions, as his choice for secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) this week.

David Daleiden: Xavier Becerra Wants Me in Prison for Exposing Planned Parenthood Selling Baby Parts

David Daleiden, the undercover investigator who exposed Planned Parenthood’s aborted baby body parts trade, slammed President Joe Biden’s nominee for HHS secretary as a “pro-abortion zealot” who is trying to put him in jail for exposing the truth. This week, the U.S.

Catholic Archbishop Samuel Aquila: Joe Biden Should be Denied Communion Because He’s Pro-Abortion

A second Catholic archbishop spoke out this week against Joe Biden receiving communion unless he repents of his support for killing unborn babies in abortions. Archbishop Samuel Aquila, of the Archdiocese of Denver, Colorado, agreed with Archbishop Charles Chaput who, earlier this month, said Biden, a pro-abortion Democrat, should not receive communion even though he claims to be a devout Catholic.

New Catholic Cardinal: I Will Give Joe Biden Communion Even Though He’s Pro-Abortion

In a controversial statement, the new Catholic cardinal of Washington, D.C. said he will not stop Joe Biden from receiving communion despite his plans to expand abortions and force taxpayers to pay for them if he becomes president. Catholic News Agency reports Cardinal Wilton D.