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Biden’s abortion hypocrisy is also a Catholic leadership problem, the Catholic Kristan Hawkins and the Protestant Kristi Stone Hamrick, both belonging to Students for Life of America, write in The …More
Biden’s abortion hypocrisy is also a Catholic leadership problem, the Catholic Kristan Hawkins and the Protestant Kristi Stone Hamrick, both belonging to Students for Life of America, write in The Washington Times. For them the question is whether you should enjoy the benefits of your church while daily and aggressively undermining what it teaches. Quote, “Mr. Biden wants to have his spiritual cake and eat it too. He advertises his faith as part of his lifestyle, and his “speeches are woven with references to God, biblical language or the pope.”

Regarding abortion, Biden’s deeds are in direct opposition to those taught by the Church, Hawkins/Stone notice. The Biden regime has pursued the most radical abortion policies in U.S. history. It works to end limits on taxpayer-funded abortion, expand abortion through foreign aid, open the door to more inhumane experiments with the body parts of aborted babies and allow deadly, on-line Chemical Abortion sales. The personnel he has surrounded himself with consistently embrace the most gruesome and heartless of abortion policies.

The two Pro-Lifers stress that working every day with mothers in danger of aborting their children, they see the conflicts it causes when people cannot look to the leaders of their Church for clear guidance on spiritual principles. When a Church fails to lead on the moral issues of our day, other voices become loud drowning out the voice of conscience, they write, “The pretense that aborting children is negotiable creates chaos and confusion and must not stand unchallenged."

The article criticizes that the bishops have delayed having this conversation until after the U.S. election, but it should be delayed no longer because the faithful are looking for clarity from the Church in line with the Bible. Downplaying the significance of protecting children cannot be ignored without deadly consequences for mothers and their children. Hawkins/Stone say that opposing abortion is the duty of the Church – quote – “and we stand ready to hold the Church accountable to practice what it preaches.”