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Why Pope Francis Doesn't Give Communion Comments

Because, he says, unrepentant public sinners could slip in among the faithful, and he does not want to back up their hypocrisy. The case of Catholic politicians who support abortion. Continue Reading

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  1. Bill Sr.
    1 year ago

    We can only hope that Cardinal Dolan is aware of the position the pope has taken and remembers not to invite our anti-Catholic extreme pro-abortion president to the next Al Smith dinner. If he does such a thing again we are sure to lose at least a few thousand more of the flock.

  2. JoAnn
    1 year ago

    I am loving this holy man more and more everyday. Thank you, thank you, Pope Francis. May God bless Pope Francis with a long and successful papacy. With God's help, maybe Pope Francis will really be the one to "repair" our Church. God bless.

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