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No communion for Joe Biden Comments

Bishop Michael Sheridan of Colorado Springs says that Joe Biden ought to know not to take communion at Mass. Sheridan was asked by the Colorado Springs Gazette if he would refuse the Vice President communion if he attended Mass with the Bishop. Continue Reading

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  1. Joe
    2 years ago

    Wow, how wonderful, Bless you Bishop Sheridan.

  2. Bill Sr.
    2 years ago

    I'm sorry but the good Bishop is still living in the days of the Kennedy Catholic saga where prominent Catholic politicians have an unwritten dispensation from Church teachings while in public office. He needs to wake up and realize the Church Militant at our level living along side of these heretics will no longer accept a half hearted scolding from our shepherds when our civil leaders who profess to be in good standing with the Church openly legislate and impose pain and suffering not only on individual Catholics but the Church in general while they simply recite words from Cannon Law from on high which amount to little more than holy smoke in the winds of a world sinking in a sea of corruption. They reiterate our obligation to exercise our duty to vote while they are reluctant to perform their duty to seek and find the lost sheep and personally bring them back into the fold rather than just merely identifying which ones are lost.

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