No, Other Policies Don’t Morally Outweigh The Democrat Party’s Support For Murder

No, Other Policies Don’t Morally Outweigh The Democrat Party’s Support For Murder


In several tweets pertaining to faithful voting for Catholics, the popular Jesuit priest and author Fr. James Martin, S.J., who offered prayers during the 2020 Democratic National Convention, presents a distorted view of Catholic moral teaching about voting while creating unnecessary confusion for the faithful.

Among the most misleading impressions Martin promulgates is posting an out-of-context quote from Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, in which the former head of the CDF (and current pope emeritus) articulated: “When a Catholic does not share a candidate’s stand in favor of abortion and/or euthanasia, but votes for that candidate for other reasons, it is considered remote material cooperation, which can be permitted in the presence of proportionate reasons.”

Martin posted this tweet right after a video of himself explaining that he is pro-life and claiming the expression “pro-life” cannot be reduced to only defending unborn children but also means supporting migrants and refugees, black Americans, LGBTQ teens, homeless people, and persons in prison.

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