I am neither a Catholic, nor do I play one on television. That puts me in the same company as Pope Francis and a bevy of democrat politicians. from Daniel John Sobieski, American Thinker:

In an age of “cafeteria Catholics” who pick and choose which church doctrines they will adhere to and which they will ignore, an age where we have a Pope Francis, who would have us pray for the oceans and invites Amazonian “priests” and their fertility gods into the Vatican, it was refreshing to see a Catholic priest speak truth to power and tell a craven Catholic politician that abortion-on-demand is a moral evil opposed by the Catholic Church and to approve of it means you are unworthy of receiving the Sacrament of Holy Communion. You cannot be personally opposed to a moral evil such as abortion any more than you can be personally opposed to slavery.

Biden, while campaigning in South Carolina, presented himself for Holy Communion and was refused communion at the 9 a.m. mass at Saint Anthony’s Catholic Church, where Father Robert E. Morey serves as pastor.

No law forces Joseph Biden to be a Catholic. However, should Biden proclaim himself to be Catholic, he should respect Catholic dogma.