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Fox Host Criticises Priest For Denying Biden - by Bill Donohue

Joe Biden, a self-proclaimed Catholic, was denied Holy Communion by a South Carolina priest because of his pro-abortion convictions. “Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade criticized the priest for doing so.

Kilmeade, who is Catholic, decried the decision by the priest, calling it “an extremely negative thing.”

He also took issue with co-host Ainsley Earhardt, who is not Catholic, for suggesting that Biden was free to join some other church. “I think that’s very judgmental,” he said.

He then ridiculed the idea that everyone who goes to Communion should have to get off the Communion line because he is guilty of some infraction of Church teachings. “Don’t try to get Communion because you missed church on Sunday.”

Kilmeade is right to say that denying Biden the Eucharist was “an extremely negative thing.” It can also be said that Biden’s persistent denial of Church teaching on abortion is “an extremely negative thing.”

Kilmeade is also right to say that Earhardt’s suggestion that Biden is free to leave the Church was “very judgmental.” Indeed it was. It was just as judgmental as his criticism of the priest.

Kilmeade’s thesis—Catholics are going to get bounced off the Communion line—may play well in some circles, but he will not find one priest in the entire country who would ever equate skipping church with the intentional killing of innocents.

The key issue is whether the priest did the right thing.

Canon 915 of the Catholic Church says that those “who obstinately persist in manifest grave sin are not to be admitted to Holy Communion.” Archbishop William J. Levada, writing for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in 2004, cited Canon 915 in a statement he made on this issue. That certainly gives weight to the priest’s decision.

However, Levada also cited Canon 912, which says, “Any baptized person who is not prohibited by law can and must be admitted to Holy Communion.” His interpretation of this Canon is worth repeating. “The practice of the Church is to accept the conscientious self-appraisal of each person.”

So here’s the question. Did the priest who refused Biden Holy Communion have reason to believe that the former vice president has obstinately persisted in manifest grave sin by adopting the pro-abortion agenda?

It is incontrovertible that Biden is more pro-abortion today than he was in 2008. That was when vice president candidate Biden was told by the bishop of Scranton, Biden’s home town, that he would be refused Holy Communion because of his enthusiasm for abortion rights.

Since running for president, Biden has become more enthusiastic, saying he is now in favor of federal funding of abortion; he has also pledged to enshrine into federal law the Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion.

Levada’s document for the bishops says that “the prudent practice for ministers of Holy Communion” would be to refer to the bishop of the diocese what to do about pro-abortion politicians.

But he also offers support for what the South Carolina priest did. “Ministers of Holy Communion may find themselves in the situation where they must refuse to distribute Holy Communion to someone in rare cases, such as in cases of a declared excommunication, interdict, or an ‘obstinate persistence in manifest grave sin.'”

In other words, Mr. Kilmeade, it’s a judgment call. Much could be resolved if the Fox host were to accept the Church’s teaching that abortion is not just another sin.

That’s why it’s called “intrinsically evil.”
Holy Cannoli
The Spirit of the Times has successfully pitted the Faith against Social Justice where Social Justice, in many cases, means the tolerance of anything including profaning the Sacrament by distributing it to anyone who shows up in the communion line.

Because of
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there is no question but that the priest was correct.

The relevant canon law authorizes the minister of communion …More
The Spirit of the Times has successfully pitted the Faith against Social Justice where Social Justice, in many cases, means the tolerance of anything including profaning the Sacrament by distributing it to anyone who shows up in the communion line.

Because of
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there is no question but that the priest was correct.

The relevant canon law authorizes the minister of communion to withhold communion from notorious public sinners. What any other minister of communion (like, for instance, the Pope) chooses to do or not do in a particular case is irrelevant.
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"Biden declared it was all O.K. to be advocating for abortion from his position, complete with public funding, because the pope gave him Communion."

Biden's rejoinder is like him telling a cop ticketing him for speeding, "Oh, yeah? Well, I had lunch with the governor last week!" The cop would be perfectly justified in responding, "Doesn't matter who you know or who you ate with, buddy, you were still speeding."

When does the Church stop being the Church? If the doctrines of the Bible are ignored by the clergy then doesn't the Church become a club? People meet at this club and agree that the teachings of the Bible are too strong to abide to. Killing of children in the womb is not so bad if we can justify it. The sodomy marriage is one of love not as the Bible claims an abomination. The pedophile is just misunderstood and requires 'love' from children to survive. The Church becomes an apostate Church when they ignore the teachings of Christ! That is what is happening today. Politicians have NOT been denied the Eucharist because there is a quid pro quo!

The Catholic Church allows the pro-abortion, pro-sodomy politicians the Eucharist and the Church becomes more elevated in society. If one dares to upset this agreement then the Church would have to deal with politicians hostile to the Church. The seats would empty further and the politicians would find ways to attack the Church using political and powerful resources from the investigatory branch of the government... we all know how that goes!

The RC church has made a mockery of itself by continuing to countenance those who give scandal to it regardless of what disgustingly obese Timmy Dolan of NY says or any other heretical cleric.
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Incidentally, Biden is not the brightest bulb on the Christmas Tree. He received his Juris Doctor in 1968, graduating 76th of 85 in his class. And, what would the mention of slow Joe Biden be without his serial groping?
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Lastly, Brian Kilmeade, who claims to be Catholic, should have known better (he probably does but has rationalized the truth regarding the sin of abortion away much like Biden has done). Ainsley Earhardt, on the other hand, is not Catholic but she's correct. As a bonus, she’s a doll.
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Kilmeade is of a post-conciliar generation deprived of authentic catechesis. Nothing can be expected of such "Catholics." His high profile persona and his personal political perspectives are paramount in his life. If he gave half the attention to faith development that he provides to profile development he might have a voice to be regarded. McCallum, O'Reilly, Hannity, et al. They are subsisting …More
Kilmeade is of a post-conciliar generation deprived of authentic catechesis. Nothing can be expected of such "Catholics." His high profile persona and his personal political perspectives are paramount in his life. If he gave half the attention to faith development that he provides to profile development he might have a voice to be regarded. McCallum, O'Reilly, Hannity, et al. They are subsisting in the post-conciliar wasteland where they are their own pope.
Ultraviolet
The man needs to review his Catechism. Catholics are not supposed to receive Communion if they're guilty of a mortal sin which are more than just "some infraction of Church teachings." It's based on Scripture:"For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh judgment to himself," 1 Corinthians 11:29

Besides, why should Fox News start sucking up to the Bidens?
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@Ultraviolet

Not exactly correct.

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The situation with Biden and like cases is that what he has been doing publicly is objectively grave matter. A public figure gives scandal first by being in favor of abortion and second by receiving abortion.

That does not mean that Biden is in mortal sin, which, according to the catechism you cite, needs two more components besides grave matter.
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I'm not entirely sure where my error is here, @Dr Bobus So I'll break my comment down and hopefully you'll clarify where the error lies.

I said: Catholics are not supposed to receive Communion if they're guilty of a mortal sin which are more than just "some infraction of Church teachings."

The second part of my sentence, which are more than just "some infraction of Church teachings." was …More
I'm not entirely sure where my error is here, @Dr Bobus So I'll break my comment down and hopefully you'll clarify where the error lies.

I said: Catholics are not supposed to receive Communion if they're guilty of a mortal sin which are more than just "some infraction of Church teachings."

The second part of my sentence, which are more than just "some infraction of Church teachings." was a criticism of Brian Kilmeade minimizing Mr. Biden's actions as just "some infraction of Church teachings" as if Mr. Biden's had done nothing more more serious than, say, forgetting to genuflect when passing before the Tabernacle.

To the best of my knowledge the first part, "Catholics are not supposed to receive Communion if they're guilty of a mortal sin" is correct. Guilt implies the knowledge one has done something wrong and the consent in this context, yes?

The publicity of the issue doesn't seem to be a deciding factor for the graveness of the sin. It would be just as grave if Mr. Biden had been privately using his influence to support and expand access to abortion outside the public's view. If Fr. Morey later learned of this in some manner, it seems he'd still be within his rights to deny Communion.
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@Ultraviolet

Yes, it's true that those in Mortal Sin should not receive Holy Communion. The problem is that we do not know whether Biden, or anyone else, is in mortal sin. That's why we accuse ourselves in the Confessional--no one is pointing the finger at us.

I said pubicly not publicity. Biden is a very public man. Further, he has had, and perhaps will have, influence on laws of the US. …More
@Ultraviolet

Yes, it's true that those in Mortal Sin should not receive Holy Communion. The problem is that we do not know whether Biden, or anyone else, is in mortal sin. That's why we accuse ourselves in the Confessional--no one is pointing the finger at us.

I said pubicly not publicity. Biden is a very public man. Further, he has had, and perhaps will have, influence on laws of the US. Although we cannot say that he has committed sin, we can say that what he has said involves grave matter. Thus: Even if he is not in mortal sin, he has given scandal.

I might also add that, acc to St Thomas, if a priest is aware that a man is leading a sinful life, he is not to deny him Communion if the man is, for example, going to mass where no one knows about his actions. A priest cannot in any way reveal what is said in Internal Forum. The priest, however, is obligated to inform the man before that it would not be a good idea to receive Communion
Ultraviolet
"The problem is that we do not know whether Biden, or anyone else, is in mortal sin."

We don't, Dr Bobus? The man supports the legalized murder of children. He supports using taxpayer funds, including those of Catholics, to pay for the murder of children. That makes him an accessory to and facilitator of those crimes. People have been sentenced to crimes against humanity for doing as much. So …More
"The problem is that we do not know whether Biden, or anyone else, is in mortal sin."

We don't, Dr Bobus? The man supports the legalized murder of children. He supports using taxpayer funds, including those of Catholics, to pay for the murder of children. That makes him an accessory to and facilitator of those crimes. People have been sentenced to crimes against humanity for doing as much. So if we recognize what a person does is a grave sin, and it's clear the person commiting the act does so with both knowledge and consent, then yeah... we can say he's committed a mortal sin.

I'm baffled why you'd suggest otherwise. This is how juries determine guilt or innocence in secular courts every day. Did the defendant commit the crime of which he's accused? Did he do so knowingly? Did he do so willingly (i.e he wasn't under duress)?

That seems to be the basis for Fr. Morey denying Mr. Biden the Eucharist. Fr. Morey weighed Mr. Biden's actions against the standards for mortal sin and didn't like the outcome. I suspect Fr. Morey's denial of Communion was based on him also weighing his own involvement, i.e. the possible issue of profaning the Eucharist by giving it to someone who aids and abets one of the worst crimes facing our culture today.
Dr Bobus
@Ultraviolet
How do you know Biden doesn't have invincible ignorance?
Ultraviolet
In what sence are you using the term, Dr Bobus? In the theological sense or as a logical fallacy? Also, the burden of proof for such a potential line of defense is on the person offering it as an excuse for Mr. Biden's actions. ;-)

In my case, I'm giving Mr. Biden the credit he's earned as an educated and extremely astute politician with a career spanning 47 years in national level politics.
Dr Bobus
1. The two are not mutually exclusive. In so far as it's a fallacy, it refers to logic. In so far as the fallacy possibility indicates antecedent passion, which mitigates culpability, it has moral consequences and is theological.

Underneath Invincible ignorance, however, there can be vincible ignorance

2. I don't consider Biden to be educated because education is based on the liberal arts. He …More
1. The two are not mutually exclusive. In so far as it's a fallacy, it refers to logic. In so far as the fallacy possibility indicates antecedent passion, which mitigates culpability, it has moral consequences and is theological.

Underneath Invincible ignorance, however, there can be vincible ignorance

2. I don't consider Biden to be educated because education is based on the liberal arts. He has a law degree, which is a servile art. He also graduated toward the bottom of his law school class

Biden is well known for being a good guy but intellectually challenged. It is equally well known that much of what he says is BS.

That someone is politically astute doesn't indicate he's intelligent. FDR is acknowledged to have been extraordinarily politically astute along with being dull witted. (His distant relative TR, however, was very bright.)
Ultraviolet
Thank you for the clarification, Dr Bobus . As yet, however, you haven't shown Mr. Biden is utterly ignorant of Catholic teachings regarding abortion or that he is deliberately refusing to acknowledge all such arguments existt (i.e. invincible ignorance in either sense).

If you wish to factually support the theory from either or both perspectives, go right ahead. The former is so far-fetched …More
Thank you for the clarification, Dr Bobus . As yet, however, you haven't shown Mr. Biden is utterly ignorant of Catholic teachings regarding abortion or that he is deliberately refusing to acknowledge all such arguments existt (i.e. invincible ignorance in either sense).

If you wish to factually support the theory from either or both perspectives, go right ahead. The former is so far-fetched it beggars credibility and the latter seems far beneath Mr. Biden's demonstrated abilities.

"Underneath Invincible ignorance, however, there can be vincible ignorance"

That's nice. Since you focused on invincible ignorance, don't move the goal posts you set up, 'kay? thx.

" I don't consider Biden to be educated because education is based on the liberal arts. He has a law degree, which is a servile art".

He also has a batchelors degree with a double major in history and political science both of which do qualify as liberal arts. Further, your own personal opinion on what constitutes being "educated" is at variance with at least the last millenium of Western culture. It's also contradicted by the staggering amount of academic work required to get through law school and even more required to subsequently pass the bar exam.

Frankly, voicing an opinion like that is self-discrediting.

"Biden is well known for being a good guy but intellectually challenged." "FDR is acknowledged to have been... dull witted".

No support given. Citations needed. Again, the political careers of both men contradicts what you claim (absent any proof) they're "well known" and "acknowledged" for being.
Dr Bobus
1. Nb: I'm not defending Biden, whom I consider to be an ignorant scumbag.

And I'm not walking back what I previously said. My point is that culpabilty can be very complex. You seem to want to oversimplify it to the extent that you are denying what is

2. I don't need to demonstrate his ignorance of teachings. My point is not that he's innocent, but that his culpability is in question. I do, …More
1. Nb: I'm not defending Biden, whom I consider to be an ignorant scumbag.

And I'm not walking back what I previously said. My point is that culpabilty can be very complex. You seem to want to oversimplify it to the extent that you are denying what is

2. I don't need to demonstrate his ignorance of teachings. My point is not that he's innocent, but that his culpability is in question. I do, however, think you willfully ignore the confusion in the Church over this matter (cf Cardinals of various opinions), which is obvious.

To say that we must presume his culpability contradicts Christ's own words, which means it contradicts St Thomas' thought on the matter. That is why I pointed out the distinction between those who objectively commit public and those commit private immoral acts.

3. In the contemporary Church presumption is a huge problem. Both negative (presumption of culpability) and positive (anytime two people cough together its, the Holy Spirit at work.

4. In contemporary education the Liberal Arts are considered Humanities and include areas of studies, e.g., Social Sciences, not found in the trivium/quadrivium. And, no, this contemporary approach is not 1000 years old--it changed with the Renaissance.

The amount of work and study required to graduate from Law School is irrelevant. Medical school involves even more work. The distinction is between study that is preparation for a career and study that is not.

5. It is silly to want citations about FDR and Biden--this isn't a doctoral tesi. Their lack of intellectual firepower is no secret to anyone even slightly familiar with them. FDR, however, made superb decision by hiring George Marshall.
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Dr Bob writes:
I'm not defending Biden, whom I consider to be an ignorant scumbag.

1) Can you please define "scumbag" referencing either Augustine, Aquinas or Andrew Dice Clay (Andrew Clay Silverstein - A Jew: for those interested in that sort of thing)?

2) And how does Biden’s scumbagness differ from any of the other Democrat candidates on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the biggest scumbag…More
Dr Bob writes:
I'm not defending Biden, whom I consider to be an ignorant scumbag.

1) Can you please define "scumbag" referencing either Augustine, Aquinas or Andrew Dice Clay (Andrew Clay Silverstein - A Jew: for those interested in that sort of thing)?

2) And how does Biden’s scumbagness differ from any of the other Democrat candidates on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the biggest scumbag and 1 being the least scumbag? (RIP - Beto)

Lastly...
3) Would you "beat him like a drum" if you had the opportunity and there were no cameras or witnesses present?
Ultraviolet
"I'm not defending Biden, whom I consider to be an ignorant scumbag."

...and yet Dr Bobus, you raised the issue of "invinible ignorance" as a defense of his receiving Communion.

Let's see if you reduce this discussion to arguing over the definition of "defense" and what does or doesn't constitute such.

"And I'm not walking back what I previously said."

Indeed, you're doing just the oposite. …More
"I'm not defending Biden, whom I consider to be an ignorant scumbag."

...and yet Dr Bobus, you raised the issue of "invinible ignorance" as a defense of his receiving Communion.

Let's see if you reduce this discussion to arguing over the definition of "defense" and what does or doesn't constitute such.

"And I'm not walking back what I previously said."

Indeed, you're doing just the oposite. You raised "vincible ignorance" when proving what you originally raised, namely "invincible ignorance," apparently became unfeasible. No, you're not walking back what you originally said. You're doing exactly what I said you are: moving the proverbial goal-posts and that ain't cool.

"You seem to want to oversimplify it to the extent that you are denying what is"

..and by "oversimplify" you apparently mean "holding you to uncomfortably precise standards". ;-)

"I don't need to demonstrate his ignorance of teachings."

So sorry, yeah, you do. If you raise "invincible ignorance" as a possible defense, it isn't my job to support your claim, it's all on you, baby. :D

"I do, however, think you willfully ignore the confusion in the Church over this matter."

Perhaps that's why I suggested using the standards used to determine guilt already established by the secular courts.

"To say that we must presume his culpability contradicts Christ's own words,"

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"which means it contradicts St Thomas' thought on the matter."

(none supplied)

"In the contemporary Church presumption is a huge problem."

However, this is isn't an issue concerning "the contemporary Church" it concerns the public behavior of exactly two parties: Joe Biden and Fr. Morey who denied Mr. Biden Communion .

"In contemporary education the Liberal Arts are considered Humanities and include areas of studies, e.g., Social Sciences, not found in the trivium/quadrivium."

History and Political Science, Joe Biden's double majors, are considred liberal arts.

www.britannica.com/topic/liberal-arts
www.internationalstudent.com/study-liberal-arts/
www.worldwidelearn.com/…/liberal-arts-ma…

"And, no, this contemporary approach is not 1000 years old--it changed with the Renaissance."

I didn't say it (i.e. this contemporary approach) was. Nice try. I said "your own personal opinion on what constitutes being 'educated' is at variance with at least the last millenium of Western culture".

...and, no, that hasn't "changed with the Renaissance", either. Lawyers are historically considered to be educated men since at least the time of the Emperor Hadrian and possibly even further back to Claudius.
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"The amount of work and study required to graduate from Law School is irrelevant."

As a metric for determining whether a person is "educated" it certainly is and your claiming differently doesn't change that.

"The distinction is between study that is preparation for a career and study that is not."

Wrong. An independently wealthy person can be highly educated, even make a hobby out of accumulating degrees, and still never need to use any of their education to work a day in their life.

"It is silly to want citations about FDR and Biden--this isn't a doctoral tesi."

No, it's an increasingly academically oriented debate wherein it's standard practice to support a point when challenged.

Being unwilling to do so speaks volumes about the claim and its maker.

"Their lack of intellectual firepower is no secret to anyone even slightly familiar with them."

www.logicallyfallacious.com/…/Alleged-Certain…

Also, in this case, argumentum ad nauseam, since you're offering a repetition of the claim in lieu of supporting it as I asked.

I'm not sure what your point is with this constant and increasingly bad faith hair-splitting.

You're at the point of denying history and political science are "liberal arts" and seriously arguing that a man isn't really "educated" even after he graduates from a university with a double major, successfully completes law school and passes the bar.

When you claim a senator who can maintain an influential 47 year career in national politics has a "lack of intellectual firepower" then you need to back that up with some well-nigh incontrovertible sources. Especially when someone calls you on the claim.

If you're trying to impress yourself with your own pendantry, I suppose that's an easy thing to do.

It's quite revealing for me, however, how readily you shy away from an opportunity to display such prowess. Supporting your claims about Biden and FDR was a chance to shine, Dr. Bobus. ;-) Evasiveness and deflections are the hallmarks of an academic charlatan.

So if you're trying to impress me, you really are going to have to do better and I don't give A's for effort.
DEFENSA DE LA FE
IF BIDEN PROMOTES ABORTION HE SINS AGAINST THE FIFTH COMANDMENT IN ORDER TO REPENT HE HAS TO PUBLICALLY DENOUNCE ABORTION OTHERWISE HE IS IN MORTAL SIN SO HE IS IN MORTAL SIN AND IF HE RECEIVED COMUNIONBAS SAINT PAUL STATED HE EAT HIS OWN CONDEMNATION..
HE NEVER REPENT. HE IS STILL PRO ABORTION AND PRO GAY. NEVER REPENT,
Dr Bobus
It is contrary to the doctrine of the Church that culpability is presumed for actions. That doesn't mitigate the gravity of such actions.

Biden worked for years in DC, where from 2001 to 2018 the archdiocese was run by Wuerl and before him the even more loathsome McCarrick. Both would give Communion to anyone. That indicates enough nonsense to confuse the average Catholic.

There is also confusi…More
It is contrary to the doctrine of the Church that culpability is presumed for actions. That doesn't mitigate the gravity of such actions.

Biden worked for years in DC, where from 2001 to 2018 the archdiocese was run by Wuerl and before him the even more loathsome McCarrick. Both would give Communion to anyone. That indicates enough nonsense to confuse the average Catholic.

There is also confusion that has come from Rome. JPII formally promulgated a document saying Tthere would be no altar girls. Then a few years later he permitted them. Changes like that do little but confuse the average Catholic into thinking everything can change. And there are bishops and priests who think (and tell people) that the reservation of Holy Orders in Ordinatio Sacerdotalis only referred to the present era . . . not the future.

Further, you misquoted St Paul in order to support your false argument. The well known text of I Cor 11:27 doesn't just say receiving Communion but receiving Communion in an unworthy manner (indigne in Latin).
Ultraviolet
"It is contrary to the doctrine of the Church that culpability is presumed for actions."

In Mr. Biden's case, however, his vocal and repeated efforts to foster mortal sin and encourage others to sin is both an admission and, in this context, a self-indictment of his culpability. Fr. Morrey apparently was familiar with Mr. Biden's behavior and did not, again I suspect, wish to knowingly profane …More
"It is contrary to the doctrine of the Church that culpability is presumed for actions."

In Mr. Biden's case, however, his vocal and repeated efforts to foster mortal sin and encourage others to sin is both an admission and, in this context, a self-indictment of his culpability. Fr. Morrey apparently was familiar with Mr. Biden's behavior and did not, again I suspect, wish to knowingly profane The Host.

"That indicates enough nonsense to confuse the average Catholic."

Do you have a survey from an accredited polling company showing "the average Catholic" in that archdioce was "confused" by the clerics' actions? As opposed to simply not caring? How about a survey showing that "the average Catholic" in DC doesn't know the Church's teachings on abortion (i.e. killing an unborn child is both wrong and a mortal sin)? No? Then your unsupported claims on what may or may not "confuse the average Catholic" just ain't gonna cut it, not in this kind of discussion.

...the same is true for your yet (and probably eternally) unproven claims about the intellect of Mr. Biden and FDR.

"Changes like that do little but confuse the average Catholic into thinking everything can change."

Changes like that show "the averge Catholic" that everything can change. It isn't "confusion" so much as a tacit understanding that as long as the local pastor and the bishop are "okay with it" (whatever insanity "it" is) then anything goes.

The reverse is also true and, I'm happy to say, a long-overdue shock for the people who need it most. Such has been the case at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Portland, Oregon when Archbishop Alexander Sample appointed Father George Kuforiji to lead the parish.

Leftists and modernists invariably claim "confusion" and cry ignorance when they're reminded they're breaking the rules.

"Further, you misquoted St Paul in order to support your false argument. The well known text of I Cor 11:27 doesn't just say receiving Communion but receiving Communion in an unworthy manner (indigne in Latin)."

Wrong. I did not "misquote St. Paul" and in point of fact, you're misquoting me. ;-) I didn't quote I Cor 11:27, I quoted 1 Corinthians 11:29 straight outta the Douay-Rheims Bible.
www.biblestudytools.com/rhe/passage/

Interestingly, you're misquoting St. Paul yourself in "the well known text of I Cor 11:27" as you referred to it. Paul never once used the word "Communion" in the passage, nor did he use the Latin "indigne" because he wrote 1 Corinthians in Greek.

Hey, you wanna take it this level, Dr Bobus, bring it! :D Personally, I felt Holy Cannoli asked you far more interesting questions yet, sadly, you haven't favored them with a reply.
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Fr. Morey is my friend and was my confessor for years. He is a good and honorable Priest. He is one of the few Priests in South Carolina and the USA who knows right from wrong. He is very well educated and is an Exorcist as well.

All of this is extremely important yes, but even more important is that Fr. Morey, who knew that he would be …More
We do not give pearls to pigs or birthday cake to dogs.
Fr. Morey is my friend and was my confessor for years. He is a good and honorable Priest. He is one of the few Priests in South Carolina and the USA who knows right from wrong. He is very well educated and is an Exorcist as well.

All of this is extremely important yes, but even more important is that Fr. Morey, who knew that he would be likely get unwanted attention and punishment from his less than CATHOLIC bISHOP, DID THE RIGHT THING AND STOOD STRONG IN DEFENSE OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST when it counted most.

What else could he do?

After years of being a faithful and good Priest, educating his flock of the ills of abortion in sermons, standing outside abortion mills in protest, preaching the truth and hearing confessions from mothers who had killed their children and telling them the truth of their sin, could Fr. Morey have let Ole Pro Abort Joe have communion??????

Not with out losing his soul.................................

GOD BLESS FR MOREY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We all owe him a gift of a good long rosary, and a steak when we see him (hint here.... he is a big steak fan).
In life we rarely get to meet people who stand up like Fr Morey did for Christ and the truth and the Catholic Faith. I am happy to say I know him and pray for him each day.

Now: The big question is what does this say about all the others who have and will give Ole Joe and the Death Squad communion?
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Creepy Uncle Joe has committed spiritual suicide and needs Fr. Morey exorcise him.
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abortion is the biggest hollocaust of the century ,Or either you are for life ,or you are for death
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Abortion is devil worshipping ritual. It's a mandate for Mason.
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FOX as with all television/entertainment is run by the antichrist. How can you be a Catholic and willingly choose to work for the devil? Many believe the illusion that FOX is conservative leaning. Take a look at the filth they show on their network. Not a chance.
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@mattsixteen24.

You must be off your game--you forgot to accuse them of being dirty Jews.
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@Dr Bobus That was implied with my antichrist reference. Judaism, plenipotentiary, subversion, world domination
Tesa
They won't rest until abortion is treateed with moral severity.
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Another sodomite talks about moral value. Big joke!
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SJ, stopped reading right there. :D
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DEFENSA DE LA FE
WELL DONE SAINT PRIEST.
THOSE PRO ABORTION ARE EXCOMUNICATED LATAE SENTENTIA CANNOT RECEIVE THE WHOLY COMUNION. IF THEY DO AS SAINT PAUL TOLD US ARE GETTING THEIR OWN CONDEMNATION.
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