Roman Catholic bishops prepare to challenge Biden at communion ramp


The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops voted last week to produce a teaching document on the Eucharist – widely seen as a movement to confront President Joe Biden over his refusal to ban abortion.

President Biden, a Roman Catholic, continues to receive Communion, saying his attendance at Mass is a private matter. There has been pressure from pro-life CR bishops, however, to deny him Communion. A four-hour debate at last week’s online bishops’ meeting ended with a vote of 168-55 (74%) in favor of asking the U.S. Doctrine Commission to draft a document on the meaning of the Eucharist to be presented to the Bishops’ Conference. next meeting in November.

The Bishop of Baker, Oregon, Most Reverend Liam Cary, described it as unprecedented to have “a Catholic president who opposes the teaching” of the Church. The Bishop of San Diego, Monsignor Robert McElroy, however, warned against “arming” the Eucharist.

Any teaching material should have the approval of the Vatican. Fr. Antonio Spadaro, editor-in-chief of the Jesuit periodical La Civiltà Cattolica, Recount The New York Times: “The concern at the Vatican is not to use access to the Eucharist as a political weapon.”

Democratic Congressman Ted Lieu posted on Twitter, “I’m Catholic and you are hypocrites. You didn’t tell Bill Barr, a Catholic, not to go to Communion when he extended the killing of human beings to the death penalty. . . You are openly a partisan and you should be ashamed of yourself. Another reason why you lose your membership.

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