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Guest Opinion: Soros Group Attacks Bishops

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor
 
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the latest attack on U.S. bishops:
 
President Biden says he is a "devout Catholic," yet he continues to oppose many of the most serious Catholic teachings that bear on public policy. This is of great concern to the bishops, and a large contingent of them are considering whether Biden is deserving of Holy Communion. They will take this issue up next week in a virtual meeting of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). Guest opinion
 
Enter Faithful America. It is sponsoring a petition aimed at pressuring the bishops to "cancel your planned anti-Biden vote." They claim to have over 20,000 signatures.
 
Who is Faithful America? It is not an organization like the Catholic League. No one goes to the office because there isn't any—it has a P.O. Box listed on its website. There is no one to call because it has no phone number. It says it is an "online community." But it is not a community—it is simply a website that functions as a front group for Catholic haters.
 
Who funds it? George Soros, the atheist billionaire who hates Catholics.
 
Why is Faithful America launching this attack on the USCCB? Because it wants to protect President Biden. They like his pro-abortion and anti-religious liberty record.
 
There is nothing "anti-Biden" about the USCCB. To be sure, the bishops are rightly concerned about the message that he is sending: The president of the United States can be a Catholic in good standing and still reject core Church teachings on the rights of the unborn, marriage, the family, sexuality, and religious liberty. Indeed, he can seek to force Catholic doctors to perform sex transition surgery and close down Catholic hospitals that refuse to perform abortions.
 
The USCCB will not be intimidated by phony "organizations" that have no anchor in the Catholic community.
 
Contact Nathan Empsall, the Episcopalian priest who heads up this dummy effort: nathan@faithfulamerica.org

 

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