The publisher of the National Catholic Register excoriated President Joe Biden on Friday for standing in opposition to the Catholic Church by supporting abortion and the LGBT agenda.
“As Joe Biden passes his 100th-day mark in office today, the early returns show how, for faithful Catholics, this period couldn’t be more disappointing,” began Michael Warsaw. “There are also signs that the next 100 days and beyond will be even more disturbing.”
“Sadly, during the second Catholic president’s brief time in the Oval Office, Biden’s policies show he intends to govern in complete opposition to fundamental Church teachings regarding human life and sexuality, despite his spokeswoman’s continual professions of the centrality of the president’s Catholic faith,” Warsaw continued, referencing White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
Psaki has defended the fidelity of Biden’s Catholicism, despite recently dismissing concerns from U.S. Catholic bishops who described his administration’s pro-abortion policies as “deeply offensive to millions of Americans.”
Biden faces a potential formal rebuke by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops