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The bishop of Knoxville, Tennessee, has urged Catholic to pray for Joe Biden’s soul
In a Sunday night Twitter message, Knoxville Bishop Rick Stikka began recommending the 2013 movie Parkland that narrates the events surrounding the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the first Catholic president of the United States. United, before asking to pray to Biden.
Bishop Stika wrote, "Biden is now the second Catholic president." “We must also pray for him, but now also that he supports the life and death of those unborn, who believe in religious freedom and freedom of conscience, parental rights regarding the education of your children and religious persecution by the national media and by the so-called liberals and progressives, pray For the conversion of their hearts. "
The bishop concludes by saying: "Pray for his soul."
Last fall, a South Carolina priest denied Biden the Eucharist during Sunday Mass because of his continued support for an on-demand abortion.
The Catholic Church teaches that abortion is a very serious crime and murder and insists on the duty of Catholic politicians to oppose it.
23 November 2020