Pope Francis won’t like what this Archbishop just said to Joe Biden


Joe Biden claims to be Catholic, despite supporting abortion and the LGBT agenda.

While some top figures in the Church are okay with this, leading figures are increasingly speaking out.

And Pope Francis won’t like what this Archbishop just said about Joe Biden.

Pope Francis’ embrace of socialism has many Catholics concerned.

He is pushing the Church that has for centuries been a bulwark against the left-wing agenda, to become one of the driving forces of it.

From backing same-sex unions, to pushing phony climate science and open borders, Pope Francis is causing a lot of outrage among conservative Catholics.

But where he is facing perhaps the most opposition is in relation to his seeming support for Joe Biden.

Just after the 2020 election, Pope Francis tweeted out a statement using Biden’s campaign slogan, “Build Back Better,” suggesting support for Biden.

This is obviously troubling, considering that Biden supports abortion, including forcing taxpayers to fund the grizzly act, along with the full LGBT agenda.

While on the campaign trail, many Catholics made their distaste for Biden clear, with one South Carolina priest even denying him Holy Communion over his support for abortion.

In response to calls for more Churches to follow suit, the Pope Francis-led Vatican put out a statement warning Bishops not to deny Biden Holy Communion.

But many Catholic leaders don’t care what the Vatican says on this issue, with the Archbishop of Cincinnati, Ohio putting out a blistering rebuke of Biden in response to him being announced as a speaker at a major Catholic Ohio University.

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr stated he would have never granted Biden permission to speak at Mount St. Joseph University, if he had been contacted about the event.

A statement from the Cincinnati Archdiocese read:

“Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr has not been contacted by any involved party about the upcoming visit of President Joseph R. Biden to Cincinnati to participate in a CNN town hall meeting at Mount St. Joseph University. Archbishop Schnurr has therefore not been asked for, nor would he have granted, his approval for any such event to occur on Catholic premises. Mount St. Joseph University operates under the sponsorship of the Sisters of Charity and not under the direct oversight of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.”

There are some issues that Catholics should hold firm on, with opposition to abortion being at the top of the list.

A figure like Biden, with the power he has, should always be rebuked by faithful Catholics as long as he backs the abortion lobby’s agenda.