Vatican Cardinal Defends Biden Receiving Communion: Promoting Abortion is Not a “State of Sin”

Vatican Cardinal Defends Biden Receiving Communion: Promoting Abortion is Not a "State of Sin" - …

A top Vatican cardinal said he does not believe Joe Biden is in a “state of sin” despite working to expand the killing of unborn babies in abortions …
Malki Tzedek
This seems at odds with the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Perhaps I am getting this wrong, but if certain politicians were in favor of capital punishment, I presume, based upon the recent strident remarks made by the current occupier of the 'Holy Chair of St Peter', there would be no doubt about them being in the 'state of sin'. Shouldn't our faith leaders be spending more time saving the …More
This seems at odds with the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Perhaps I am getting this wrong, but if certain politicians were in favor of capital punishment, I presume, based upon the recent strident remarks made by the current occupier of the 'Holy Chair of St Peter', there would be no doubt about them being in the 'state of sin'. Shouldn't our faith leaders be spending more time saving the souls of their flock rather than coming up with dubious theological rationales for the "hitmen"? Some cardinals have become "unhinged".
Ultraviolet
"...doing so (denying communion) should be reserved only for “extreme cases,” -he must mean "cases" like people who voted for Trump. :P
aderito
The serpent on the Garden of eden also said if you eat from the forbbiden you fruit you dont die .
Lucky Strike1
With this logic even Hitler could have received holy communion from the Vatican
123jussi
Please pray for these clergy to whom" much has been given" for surely much will be required!
chris griffin
Moreover, whosoever communicates in the sin of another, is himself made a participant in the sin, wherefore, there is also read in the Second Canonical (Letter) of (St.) John (the Apostle), that he who will have said to him, namely the heretic, “Greetings”, communicates in his malign works. Summa Theologica, III, q. 82, a. 9