Biden’s bishop

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On Nov. 4, one of Bishop William Francis Malooly’s parishioners, Joe Biden, was elected the nation’s first Catholic vice president. With Biden’s support for some legalization of abortion, U.S. Catholics are sure to watch how Malooly, installed in September as Bishop of Wilmington, Del., handles this tricky pastoral task, I grabbed Malooly, who is here […]

  • Matt

    Won’t Joe Biden actually become the vice president in January?

  • Asinus Gravis

    Bishop Malooly sounds a bit more reflective than those of his colleagues who presume that Communion is theirs to control and dictate to others about.

    It is the Lord’s table (not the bishops’ table); and all those whom God loves should be welcomed to participate.

    I recall from reading the gospels that Jesus boldly stood up to those who arrogated to themselves control over access to God.