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By Martin M. Barillas, LifeSiteNews, Oct. 31, 2019

Martin M. BarillasNEW YORK CITY, October 31, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — Archbishop Cardinal Timothy Dolan said he would not deny Holy Communion to Democrat Joseph Biden, despite the latter’s support for abortion in contradiction to Catholic teachings.

Appearing on Fox & Friends on Thursday, Cardinal Dolan was asked for his reaction to news that a priest in South Carolina had denied the Eucharist to Biden, who was accompanying Mrs. Biden to Mass at St. Anthony Parish in Florence during a campaign stop on Sunday.

“Did the South Carolina priest do the right thing?” interviewer Steve Doocy asked. At length and after some cross-talk, Dolan finally responded, “I wouldn’t do it.”

Saying the South Carolina priest might have considered another way to admonish the pro-abortion Democratic presidential candidate, Dolan admitted that he has never denied the Eucharist to anyone. “I never have,” Dolan said. “I’ve never had what you might call the opportunity or never said, ‘Uh-oh. Should I give him or her Holy Communion?’ It’s never come up. It sure could.” ….