Catholics are furious after Pope Francis made one pro-abortion move that will shock you


Pope Francis has spent the past seven years pushing the Catholic church to the left.

Most recently he came out in support of same-sex unions.

And now Catholics are furious after he made one pro-abortion move that will shock you.

For centuries, the Catholic Church has been one of the driving forces against the radical left-wing agenda.

They have stood up for the unborn, traditional family, and against far-left ideologies like communism without compromise.

But Pope Francis has been straying from this path, and even promoting far-left ideas since the day he was elected Pope in 2013.

He has urged Catholics not to focus on pro-life activism, promoted far-left climate initiatives, and stated his support for same-sex unions.

Pope Francis isn’t done pushing the left-wing agenda.

He just appointed Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory, who is the Archbishop of Washington, D.C. to the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life.

Gregory is well known for his anti-life and left-wing positions.

Last month, he publicly stated that he would not deny Holy Communion to former Vice President Joe Biden, adding that he hopes to have a “conversational relationship” with him.

But he didn’t have such nice words for President Trump.

Earlier this year, he attacked Trump and First Lady Melania Trump for visiting the John Paul II National Shrine on the late Pope’s 100th birthday.

“I find it baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility would allow itself to be so egregiously misused and manipulated in a fashion that violates our religious principles, which call us to defend the rights of all people even those with whom we might disagree,” said Gregory in a statement released the very hour of Trump’s visit.

Gregory has also been accused of torpedoing a bill to outlaw abortion in Georgia.

Despite the bill having votes to pass without exceptions, Gregory lobbied to have the bill include a provision granting exceptions for rape and incest.

Georgia Right to Life spoke out against him for this, writing that as “soon as Archbishop Gregory backed a compromised position on life, which he did, the politicians took the easy route.”

The Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life was created by Pope Francis in 2016, with the responsibility “for the promotion of the life and apostolate of the lay faithful, for the pastoral care of the family and its mission according to God’s plan and for the protection and support of human life.”

The appointment of Gregory makes many question whether it will fulfill that mission.