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Archbishop Warns Pelosi & Biden: 'You CANNOT Be a Good Catholic' and Support Abortion

San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone calls out top Democrats

 on 6th September 2021 @ 3.00pm
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Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone says Biden and Pelosi 'cannot' call themselves 'good Catholics'

The Archbishop of San Francisco has slammed Democrat regime leaders Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi, arguing they "cannot" call themselves "good Catholics" while they support abortion.

Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone publicly called out Pelosi and Biden for claiming to be devout Catholics while supporting and promoting abortion.

Cordileone defended the recent "heartbeat" law in Texas in an op-ed for the Washington Post.

The law bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected - around six weeks.

The Catholic leader lamented the hysterical reactions to the law from Biden and Pelosi.

"Prominent politicians lost no time in reacting hyperbolically to the Supreme Court’s decision refusing to enjoin Texas’s new law banning abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat," Cordileone writes.

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Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone has publicly spoken out against Pelosi and Biden

"Biden announced a 'whole-of-government effort' to find ways to overcome the Texas measure," Archbishop Cordileone adds.

"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) denounced the Supreme Court’s refusal as a 'cowardly, dark-of-night decision to uphold a flagrantly unconstitutional assault on women’s rights and health,' and promised new legal action: 'This ban necessitates codifying Roe v. Wade' in federal law."

Characterizing abortion as “the preeminent human rights issue of our time,” Cordileone then defended the Catholic position that pro-abortion politicians should be denied Holy Communion to avoid scandalizing the faithful and, most of all, to bring the politicians to repentance.

As an example, he cited the work of former New Orleans Archbishop Joseph Rummel, who fought against racism within his own diocese at the height of Jim Crow and white supremacy:

In 1948, he admitted two Black students to New Orleans’s Notre Dame Seminary. In 1951, he ordered the removal of “white” and “colored” signs from Catholic churches in the archdiocese. In a 1953 pastoral letter, he ordered an end to segregation throughout the archdiocese of New Orleans, telling White Catholics that, because their “Colored Catholic brethren share … the same spiritual life and destiny,” there could be “no further discrimination or segregation in the pews, at the Communion rail, at the confessional and in parish meetings.”

In 1955, Rummel closed a church for refusing to accept a Black priest. In a 1956 pastoral letter, he declared: “Racial segregation as such is morally wrong and sinful because it is a denial of the unity and solidarity of the human race as conceived by God in the creation of Adam and Eve.” On March 27, 1962, Rummel formally announced the end of segregation in the New Orleans Catholic schools.

Many White Catholics were furious at this disruption of the long-entrenched segregationist status quo. They staged protests and boycotts. Rummel patiently sent letters urging a conversion of heart, but he was also willing to threaten opponents of desegregation with excommunication.

On April 16, 1962, he followed through, excommunicating a former judge, a well-known writer and a segregationist community organizer. Two of the three later repented and died Catholics in good standing.

After citing the death of 60 million unborn children at the hands of abortion while acknowledging the need to help destitute mothers, Cordileone concluded his op-ed declaring that Catholics simply cannot approve of abortion.

"You cannot be a good Catholic and support expanding a government-approved right to kill innocent human beings,” he concluded.

"This is hardly inappropriate for a pastor to say.

"If anything, Catholic political leaders’ response to the situation in Texas highlights the need for us to say it all the louder."

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Biden and Pelosi claim to be 'Catholics' while promoting abortion

According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, abortion is a grave moral evil that cannot be approved or tolerated in any circumstance.

In 2019, a Catholic priest in South Carolina reportedly enforced the church’s code of canon law by denying the then-former Vice President Joe Biden the sacrament of Holy Communion because of his stance on abortion.

“Sadly, this past Sunday, I had to refuse Holy Communion to former Vice President Joe Biden,” Father Robert E. Morey of Saint Anthony Catholic Church told reporters.

Morey slammed Biden for not being at "one with God."

"Holy Communion signifies we are one with God, each other, and the Church," he said.

"Our actions should reflect that.

"Any public figure who advocates for abortion places himself or herself outside of Church teaching.”

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