Biden’s Band of Pro-Abort Catholics

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by Paul Murano  •  •  January 22, 2021   

Wolves in sheep's clothing

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New president Joe Biden is surrounding himself with like-minded pro-abortion Catholics.

President Biden has nominated cabinet members who identify as Catholic but embrace policies that directly contradict essential doctrine on sexuality, human life and gender. This is according to reports by Catholic News Agency and National Catholic Register.

Biden picked so-called Catholics to lead the departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, Commerce and Agriculture. He also chose self-described Catholics to lead the departments of Energy, Veterans Affairs, Defense — and as Ambassador to the United Nations.

Faithful Catholics note the religiosity of these nominees is "Democrat" first and "Catholic" second.

Biden himself identifies as Catholic, but also contradicts his Church on public policy on essential moral doctrines.

Even U.S. bishops noted the new president dangerously promotes "policies that would advance moral evils and threaten human life and dignity, most seriously in the areas of abortion, contraception, marriage, and gender."

To symbolize the incoming administration’s embrace of prenatal death, money donated to the "Field of Flags" display on the National Mall during the inauguration ceremony went directly to abortion giant Planned Parenthood.

For decades, faithful Catholics have observed pro-death politicians rising to various places of civil government. Now they’re witnessing pro-death Catholics actually running the White House — with many of its federal departments.

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