Wednesday, June 8, 2022

Colorado Catholic Bishops Tell Democrats Who Voted for Abortions Up to Birth to Not Receive Communion


  |  Micaiah Bilger  |   Jun 8, 2022   |   9:59AM   |  Denver, Colorado

The Catholic bishops of Colorado published a letter Tuesday telling pro-abortion state lawmakers not to receive communion unless they repent of their “mortal sin” against unborn babies.

The letter, published by the Catholic News Agency, addressed pro-abortion Democrat state lawmakers who profess to be Catholic but voted for the Reproductive Health Equity Act, a new law that strips all legal protections from unborn babies in Colorado. No Catholic Republicans voted for the bill.

“Until public repentance takes place and sacramental absolution is received in Confession, we ask that those Catholic legislators who live or worship in Colorado and who have voted for RHEA, to voluntarily refrain from receiving Holy Communion,” the bishops said.

“This request is not one that we make lightly, but since it is our duty to safeguard the faith and care for the souls of all the faithful — including these politicians — we must make it,” they continued.

All four Colorado bishops signed the letter: Denver Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila, Pueblo Bishop Stephen J. Berg, Colorado Springs Bishop James R. Golka and Denver Auxiliary Bishop Jorge H. Rodriguez.

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