Is Biden Worthy to Receive?

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President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the bipartisan infrastructure deal at the White House, June 24, 2021. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)

It’s an issue of heaven and hell, but don’t expect the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to do anything about it.

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T
he Catholic bishops of the United States routinely meet as a national conference to decide things as brothers. The purpose of these meetings, officially, is to help them advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to help sinners find love and redemption in the boundless mercy of God. Literally to help souls get to heaven. What they actually do is produce endless documents, usually about politics. Most of the documents are at pains to present the bishops collectively as nonpartisan. Oh, you may think of us as antediluvian right-wingers on abortion, but have you seen our latest circulars on immigration, foreign …

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