U.S. Bishops to Weigh Denying Holy Communion to President Biden

U.S. Bishops to Weigh Denying Holy Communion to President Biden


The U.S. Bishops Conference (USCCB) is currently drafting a document to clarify the issue of reception of Holy Communion especially regarding public figures who promote abortion-on-demand.

Kansas City Archbishop Joseph Naumann, chairman of the bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities, told the Associated Press (AP) that the matter will be discussed at the USCCB’s meeting in June and the bishops will vote on whether the committee should continue working on the document for eventual public release.

The bishops are expected to overwhelmingly approve the project, AP reported Wednesday, which is the fruit of a decision by Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez, president of the USCCB, to form a working group to address the “complex and difficult situation” posed by having a Catholic president — Joe Biden — with public positions on abortion and other key moral issues that flout Church teaching.

The working group assigned the drafting of a

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