Joe Biden claims to be Catholic.
But all of his policies contradict Church doctrine.
And a top Catholic Archbishop just gave Joe Biden news that could make him leave the Church.
Joe Biden is among a number of high-ranking Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi, who profess to be Catholics.
But while they may sit down for Church on Sunday, they don’t actually carry what the Church teaches into their everyday life.
Biden has promoted abortion and gay marriage for most of his career.
And he has only become more radical, now going so far as to support repealing the Amendment banning taxpayer funding of abortion, and for allowing men who think they are women to use the girl’s bathroom and play women’s sports.
That’s why the Archbishop Emeritus of Philadelphia has proclaimed that Biden should be denied the sacrament of Holy Communion.
Archbishop Emeritus Charles Chaput said that this opinion is not “political,” but rather a “pastoral concern.”
“Public figures who identify as ‘Catholic’ give scandal to the faithful when receiving Communion by creating the impression that the moral laws of the Church are optional,” Chaput wrote. “And bishops give similar scandal by not speaking up publicly about the issue and danger of sacrilege.”
He continued, “Those bishops who publicly indicate in advance that they will undertake their own dialogue with President-elect Joseph Biden and allow him Communion effectively undermine the work of the task force established at the November bishops’ conference meeting to deal precisely with this and related issues.”
Chaput isn’t the first major Catholic figure to target Biden.
In 2019, he was denied Holy Communion at a Catholic Church in South Carolina.
And Cardinal Raymond Burke spoke out in a support of the Priest who refused him, stating that he “performed a great act of charity on the part of Mr. Biden.”
“When there’s a member of the faithful who is publicly committing a grave [sin] as, for instance, is Mr. Biden by his support among other things of the practice of procured abortion, the priest is obliged to counsel the person not to approach to receive Holy Communion,” said Burke. “And if the person approaches to receive Holy Communion, [the priest] is to refuse it.”
It is unclear how many Priests would make the same decision.
After all, Pope Francis is continually pushing the Church further to the Left.