By Tim Busch, National Catholic Register - When Joe Biden took the oath of office on Jan. 20, he became only the second Catholic president in U.S. history. The first, John F. Kennedy, was frequently and famously questioned over whether he was, in fact, a servant of the pope... With Biden, a different question must be asked, one that is focused less on the commander-in-chief and more on the Church: How will the Catholic hierarchy treat a president who rejects aspects of Catholic moral teaching?
By Dr. Jeff Mirus, Catholic Culture - As we move into the Biden era, Catholics must remember that there are two kinds of polarization at work in American politics... One type of polarization is based on preferences for differing positions about which good people can disagree... But the second kind of polarization arises from clear conflicts between good and evil, where one side favors policies that are objectively immoral and the other side resists those policies not so that the nation will maximize prudence, but rather so that the nation will avoid deliberate moral evils.
By Pam Key, Breitbart - Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser told “Just the News” on Friday that the Democratic-led Senate and House will vote in favor of statehood for the District of Columbia and send the bill to President Joe Biden’s desk, who has expressed support for D.C. statehood in the past... Bowser said, “The nation’s capital, the federal enclave, continues to exist as the nation’s capital and everything outside of those new boundaries becomes the 51st state. ...
Author Don Schwager, Servants of the Word - Mark 3:19b, 20-21 - Then he went home; 20 and the crowd came together again, so that they could not even eat. 21 And when his family heard it, they went out to seize him, for people were saying, "He is beside himself."