Biden, asked by the Delaware News Journal on Oct. 19 (click on this post's title) how he can reconcile being Catholic and defending Roe vs. Wade, said:
"It's very difficult. [NO KIDDING!] I was raised as a Catholic, I'm a practicing Catholic, and I'm totally at home with the Catholicism that I was raised in and this whole culture of social responsibility...
"But throughout the Church's history [sic], we've argued [sic] between whether or not it is wrong in every circumstance [sic] and the degree of wrong [sic]. Catholics have this notion [sic], it's almost a gradation [sic]."
[Um, Biden is "a practicing Catholic," except for that little thing about himself and his cronies facilitating the slayings of tens of millions of God's precious preborn babies.]
[And, um, how does putting 50 million babies to death fit into "social responsibility?"]
In the interview, Biden says a lot more, all of it bad. He needs to read what the bishops and the Knights of Columbus have said about him, and take it all to heart.
That'll be the day. But let's say a prayer for him.
This would be a perfect time for Cardinal Roger Mahony of Los Angeles to atone for his utter silence so far about abortion and the election. Cardinal Mahony could publicly explain what is wrong with Biden's remarks. He could also defend Pope John Paul II's teaching that any advocacy of other issues is "false and illusory" if we do not defend the right to life.
No, I'm not expecting that. But the Cardinal sure should do that.
Thanks to Lifenews.com for the story tip and the photo above.