Archbishop Naumann of KCK Couldn't Stop Prez Biden From Receiving Communion

A Kansas City, Kansas Catholic cleric has been a critical of Prez Biden and his public declarations of faith that contradict the doctrine of The Church.

Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City, Kansas and Catholic leaders from across the nation debated policy on denying communion to so-called Catholic leaders who supported abortion

Amid a battle to deny communion to all pro-choice politicos, the local faith community honcho also directly challenged the faith of the Prez. 

“The president should stop defining himself as a devout Catholic, and acknowledge that his view on abortion is contrary to Catholic moral teaching,” Naumann told The Catholic World Report.

Nevertheless, it seems that Pope disagrees with these assessments.

In fact . . .

El Papa, as the Mexicans call him, was rather forgiving of Prez Biden and didn't really address criticism from conservative American Catholics.

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