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According to Catholic Vote, Fr. Peter Daly, a prominent retired priest of the Archdiocese of Washington, compared bishops concerned about President Biden’s support for abortion to “ayatollahs in Iran” in an essay published by the liberal National Catholic Reporter.

“But what do we get from our ‘culture warrior’ bishops here in the U.S.? We get calls for public condemnation of politicians. We get talk of excommunication of Catholic officeholders who disagree with some bishops,” Daly wrote.

“[The] path of dialogue is difficult,” Daly wrote. “It seeks reconciliation, not the defeat of the other side. Dialogue recognizes that the United States is not a theocracy but a secular and pluralistic representative government.”

“Cordileone and others do not seek dialogue, they seek censure,” wrote Daly. “Their political program is similar to the ayatollahs in Iran, not Pope Francis. …As one letter writer to The Washington Post asked in response to Cordileone, ‘Sharia, anyone?’”

Catholic Vote reports:

The National Catholic Reporter (NCR) published Daly’s piece under the headline “Thank God for Pope Francis: Now, if only our culture war bishops would listen to him.” Notably, NCR regularly promotes positions which do not comport with Catholic teachings, or even with Pope Francis’ opinions, on a number of issues.

Earlier this month, NCR published an essay by a self-proclaimed “Catholic mom” who “marched for abortion rights.” In the piece, Valerie Schultz denounced the pro-life movement, which she accused of driving her to become pro-choice.

“Some abortions do literally save the life of the mother. Some abortions do help to alleviate the suffering of a victim of rape or incest. Regardless of the heart-wrenching circumstances of any particular situation, however, the state, in the form of a lot of Republican men, should not force a woman to give birth,” she wrote, “any more than it should force a woman not to give birth.”

Shortly after publishing the piece about marching for “abortion rights,” NCR published another opinion piece, by liberal Catholic priest Fr. Daniel Horan, OFM, which blasted Catholics who do not use the “preferred pronouns” of “trans and nonbinary persons.”

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Patricia Hershwitzky
Patricia Hershwitzky
1 month ago

So, Archbishop Cordileone’s “Roses and Rosaries” are now “terrorist” weapons. Oh, wait, yes, they are…they are terror to Satan!

Thomas allen
Thomas allen
1 month ago

…as in the days of Noah!
They believe in God, but seem to think their ideas are better, more inclusive, what idiots!!
I believe you are in for a catastrophic surprise when you face God. Pray for a miracle that eyes may be opened. And don’t try to do it through some statue or man, but pray in the name of Jesus, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, only then can you come to the father.

Junie Bee
Junie Bee
1 month ago

There are many in the Catholic church that do not believe the bible, hence these false believers being pro-choice. Jesus Christ of Nazareth is not their Messiah, they’re still looking for their Messiah. The Jesuits head that group in the Catholic church and the current Pope Francis is a Jesuit. He agrees with Muslims over protestants. Muslims are looking for their Madhi. Pretty sure they’re all waiting on the one the bible calls the Antichrist. Dr Thomas Horn and Chris Putnam wrote a book called, “Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope is Here.” It explains so much about the catholic church (which has many true believers as well), but also this antichrist society within it. There is occult infiltration in most, if not all, churches today. They peddle their ungodly influence on purpose in preparation for the Antichrist and the New World Order.

Marilyn Cadagin
Marilyn Cadagin
1 month ago
Reply to  Junie Bee

Any Priest who supports abortion should be defrocked, they are unworthy to be called a Christian let alone a priest!!! I am a Catholic & I am ProLife & proud of it!!!

Craig Blasy
Craig Blasy
1 month ago
Reply to  Junie Bee

These are priests in the Catholic Church?
These are the devils. Get out of our church and follow the rules. Leaches they are.

D Paul
D Paul
1 month ago
Reply to  Junie Bee

As a traditional Catholic Navy veteran, this comment is sadly very insightful of what is going on inside the Church under a Marxist pontiff. The Christ had the option of being a Marxist and supporting the Apostle of Social Justice, Judas Iscariot. Instead, he stated that His kingdom is not of this world.

Scotty
Scotty
1 month ago

Maybe these so-called priests should reread the Ten Commandments. They are NOT suggestions!

jesumner
jesumner
1 month ago

Thing would be swell if we would just reconcile with Satan and not try to defeat him.

mark cameron
mark cameron
1 month ago

The tearing down of religion, belief in God and the value of each human life is part of the socialistic, communistic manifesto. They have repeated their lies over and over, to the point that many God fearing people have began to believe the untruths that they espouse.
They encourage abortion by desensitizing the truth of abortion. When a heart beats, there is life, no matter at what stage of development. A life is unique, and not part of a woman’s body. Abortion on demand as “legalized” under the SCOTUS Roe v. Wade decision, simply gave women the RIGHT TO KILL!

63,000,000 abortion deaths later, we have become a nation of killers. The killers are the millions of doctors and nurses who perform abortions, millions of counselors, the millions of men who encourage a woman to abort, and lastly the millions of voters who elect pro-abortion politicians. All are guilty in the deaths of the babies. God forgive us for we know not what we do!

Mea culpa!, mea maxima culpa! Mark Cameron

MSG Leo
MSG Leo
1 month ago

Pro-choice clergy should not be clergy since they openly defy the 10 Commandments.

Jawad
Jawad
1 month ago

This has been going on in the Church for a long time. Adopting the doctrine of Papal Infallibility was a good start. Popes make mistakes just like any other human being. I pity the sincere believers caught up in this Perfect Storm. I admire and support Archbishop Vigano, a man with clear vision who deplores where his Church is headed.

Kay
Kay
27 days ago

Even the elete shall be deceived! Man is not the author of life God is!