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Conversations with Cardinal Burke

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Lalanz
Cardinal Burke needs to stop talking about things and organize a strategy to protect us little ones from the gay mafia that is running the Vatican...please lord help us little ones...
Eva
“It’s actually an act of charity toward other members of the faithful and toward other people of goodwill who, if they see a person who is publicly espousing legislation and policies contrary to the moral law receiving Holy Communion will be led into error – that is, will be led to think that it’s all right to support procured abortion or that it’s all right to support the so-called marriage of …More
“It’s actually an act of charity toward other members of the faithful and toward other people of goodwill who, if they see a person who is publicly espousing legislation and policies contrary to the moral law receiving Holy Communion will be led into error – that is, will be led to think that it’s all right to support procured abortion or that it’s all right to support the so-called marriage of two people of the same sex,” he continued.
“It’s certainly not charitable toward others for a priest to give them that impression by giving Holy Communion to the person who is in a public state of serious sin,”
Eva
“Those who would say that [Biden] should be permitted to receive Holy Communion because ‘this would be unkind’” or who would assert that such an action makes the Eucharist a “kind of a political instrument,” are simply wrong.
“We’re dealing here not with a question of politics,” said Burke. “We’re dealing with a question of the sanctity of the Holy Eucharist, and with a question of a politician …More
“Those who would say that [Biden] should be permitted to receive Holy Communion because ‘this would be unkind’” or who would assert that such an action makes the Eucharist a “kind of a political instrument,” are simply wrong.
“We’re dealing here not with a question of politics,” said Burke. “We’re dealing with a question of the sanctity of the Holy Eucharist, and with a question of a politician who by his very nature is a public person who has made himself unworthy to receive the Most Blessed Sacrament because he promotes legislation and policies that are egregiously contrary to moral law.”
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Eva
“When there’s a member of the faithful who is publicly committing a grave [sin] as, for instance, is Mr. Biden by his support among other things of the practice of procured abortion, the priest is obliged to counsel the person not to approach to receive Holy Communion,” said Burke. “And if the person approaches to receive Holy Communion, [the priest] is to refuse it.”