Biden’s refusal to condemn abortion elicits abhorrent statement from Cardinal Muller

By Michael Coren, Contributing Columnist, Toronto Star

Feb. 2, 2021

In a new interview, Cardinal Gerhard Muller, the former Prefect of the
Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith — what was in more robust times
known as the Roman Catholic inquisition — has made a quite extraordinary
statement about the U.S. and President Joe Biden.

“Now the U.S., with its conglomerated political, media and economic power,” he
says, “stands at the head of the most subtly brutal campaign to de-Christianize
Western culture in the last 100 years.”


8 key findings about Catholics and abortion

OCTOBER 20, 2020

As the Senate prepares to vote on Amy Coney Barrett’s appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, public attention has focused on her Catholic faith and, in particular, her stance on abortion rights.

Some critics, citing Barrett’s past rulings on abortion, have questioned her views on Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court decision that established a woman’s right to abortion. Others have connected Barrett’s legal opinions to her embrace of Catholic teachings, which prohibit abortion. During Senate hearings last week, Barrett declined to give specific answers about her stance on Roe v. Wade, saying that she does not have “any agenda.” If she is confirmed, Barrett will be the sixth Catholic justice on the court.