Our Catholic President and the Most Pressing Moral Issue of Our Time

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Bishop Robert Barron

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Friends, President Biden speaks often of his Catholic faith, attends Mass regularly, and prays the Rosary. I have absolutely no reason to doubt the sincerity of his Catholicism. But I am sorry to say that, in regard to the most pressing moral issue of our time, he stands athwart both right reason and the explicit teaching of his Church. ———WATCH——— Subscribe to this Channel: 🤍bit.ly/31LV1sn Word on Fire Institute Channel: 🤍bit.ly/2voBZMD Word on Fire en Español Channel: 🤍bit.ly/2uFowjl ———WORD ON FIRE——— Word on Fire: 🤍🤍wordonfire.org/ FREE Daily Gospel Reflections (English or Español): 🤍dailycatholicgospel.com/ ———WORD ON FIRE INSTITUTE——— Join Bishop Barron and over 20,000 evangelists inside the Word on Fire Institute at 🤍wordonfire.institute ———SOCIAL MEDIA——— Bishop Barron Instagram: 🤍bit.ly/2Sn2XgD Bishop Barron Facebook: 🤍bit.ly/2Sltef5 Bishop Barron Twitter: 🤍bit.ly/2Hkz6yQ Word on Fire Instagram: 🤍bit.ly/39sGNyZ Word on Fire Facebook: 🤍bit.ly/2HmpPpW Word on Fire Twitter: 🤍bit.ly/2UKO49h Word on Fire en Español Instagram: 🤍bit.ly/38mqofD Word on Fire en Español Facebook: 🤍bit.ly/2SlthaL Word on Fire en Español Twitter: 🤍bit.ly/38n3VPt ———SUPPORT WORD ON FIRE——— Help Bishop Barron continue to produce videos like this: 🤍bit.ly/3QSvGpo Word on Fire Store: 🤍store.wordonfire.org/ Pray: 🤍bit.ly/2vqU7Ft

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Veronica Cornelius
2022-10-03 07:19:25

absolute rubbish. skirting the issue with too many words

Fran R.
2022-10-03 00:15:21

President Biden is not our Catholic President or your Catholic President. President Biden is The President of The US. Whatever religion he is, it is secondary. You wouldn't want a Muslim President ruling The US by Islam beliefs and laws. Which brings me to: you talk about what Catholics believe and, like all other clergy, you go on to treat those beliefs as though they are absolute facts for all. They are not facts at all. And as for abortion being the most pressing moral issue of our time -- that's simply opinion. //// I don't like abortion at all. But it has been around forever and, no doubt, will continue to be around forever . I'd rather put my time and energy into something I can actually do something about. For example, in my US state alone, in May 2022, there were over 400 children who were abused so badly by their parents (or another relative) that they needed medical attention-- most of them in an ER. I'd say that is a pretty "pressing moral issue" -- and it is one that something can be done about. You know, Bishop, you are really a master manipulator. Shame on you.

Frank Kunkel
2022-10-02 18:56:53

Thank you for this article, Bishop Barron. I have never cared for Biden due to his flip flop views on important issues, such as abortion. Being a fellow Catholic myself, I view abortion as 1st degree murder. I pray for the aborted babies and ask forgiveness for the mothers. I am not a saint by any means, but I do stand by my beliefs. I wish the so called Catholic politicians would do the same. Please pray for them.

Father John Lankeit
2022-10-02 18:03:41

As a Catholic priest, I wonder why nearly all American bishops continually fail to CLEARLY and SPECIFICALLY (i.e. naming names) address this issue BEFORE elections. As clear as Bishop Barron is here, it's a little late when the faithful need to hear this IN ADVANCE of the elections. Just as abortion is not merely a "religious" issue, neither is warning the faithful about the dangers to their souls and their religious freedom, CLEARLY and VERY SPECIFICALLY before a presidential election, a matter of preaching politics. Nor is calling out a candidate--especially one who deliberately bastardizes the faith as President Biden did and does---an endorsement of any other candidate or political party. Right reason should not be limited by a bishop's fear of being labeled partisan or being "cancelled". Preach the truth in season and out of season, including before elections.

--Fr. Lankeit

Fran R.
2022-10-02 12:59:56

You've become quiet the showman and entertainer, haven't you? Leading people to you and not to God. And apparently, you've never heard of "Be still and know that I am God". With all the talking and writing and publishing you do in just one day -- do you even ever pray?

lubita gunsiong
2022-10-02 09:30:42

Word from God. Thanks to Bishop Barron. GBU. Amen.

Daniel Vidal-Garate
2022-10-02 03:38:08

amazing! Thanks for speaking out!

Debra Marie
2022-10-01 16:06:58

Bishop Barron, thank you for speaking the truth out loud! We needed to hear that!

Robert Peace
2022-10-01 02:38:21

FJB AND ALL OF HIS DUMBED DOWN PEASANT VOTERS RIP DEMOCRATIC PLANTATION PARTY OF SLAVERY KKK AND BABY KILLING MARXISTS!!!!

beezball
2022-09-30 12:46:16

Don't back down from morals and the scripture.

Michelle Tracey
2022-09-30 08:10:45

Known by his deeds and not his words lukewarm Catholic and God has told us how he will judge them... 🌹

Don't Want To Join Google+
2022-09-29 18:29:45

Nuclear war on the horizon. Millions of people dying from viruses. Democracies under attack worldwide, yet THIS is what the catholic church thinks is the most pressing issue?

F*ck you guys.

Casey Ray Waite
2022-09-28 23:56:49

i have already died i am not afraid i been in a coma i had a stroke i been broken on every arm and leg and iam not done yet it is my time to say what i hear i know your not ready im no orphan no mor

Michael64
2022-09-28 21:20:49

I thought there is a time when we believers can intentionally disobey the law of the land, AS Per Acts: uQB-O8aJTUc&t=5m27s 5:27 -29. From this, it is clear that as long as the law of the land does not contradict the law of God, we are bound to obey the law of the land. As soon as the law of the land contradicts God's command, we are to disobey the law of the land and obey God's law. If thats the case, I have to ask, why doesnt Biden as a Believer stand by GODS LAWS and not man made Govt law?

This is a pefect example of what happens when a christian becomes a politician, they are compromised as they have decided to mix party Politics with GOD. So when it comes to the test of ones faith Biden has chosen to standby Party politics ,Govt Laws over GODS Laws. he had a chance to stand up for GOD and his morals,GODS love of his creation human beings at conception who are being killed en mass. He sadly chose the wrong option..

ALSO; the Catechism of the Catholic Church says.: “Anyone who is aware of having committed a mortal sin must not receive Holy Communion, even if he experiences deep contrition, without having first received sacramental absolution.. “…. SO , how can he take Holy cOmmunion when he approves of Abortion ? As he obviously does not think Abortion is a sin, as his ‘fruits’ show he approves it..No matter what he says personally, HE HAS APPROVED OF THE SIN OF ABORTION….

27lamar
2022-09-28 14:43:34

The sad part is a lot of Catholic people voted for politicians like Biden.

Tasos Illias
2022-09-28 03:58:08

I wish Pope Francis publicly chastised Prez Biden on the abortion issue when the latter was in Rome. We don’t know what happened in their private meeting, but the optics of a smiling Pope and a very pro- choice President sent the message that Biden’s stance on abortion wasn’t a big deal.

Stormburn
2022-09-27 19:08:38

uQB-O8aJTUc&t=1m34s 1:34 "It's, furthermore, a fundamental axiom of ethics that innocent human life ought never to be attacked."

This is a misleading. Axioms are inherently fundamental and inarguable to an individuals' personal ethics, but any given axiom is arbitrarily chosen and held to. The point of an axiom is that it is the "end of the line" of questioning "why" you believe something, and there is no more or less fundamental axiom. It is no more or less valid, from a philosophy of ethics perspective, to hold the axioms that "human suffering is good" than to believe "human suffering is bad". They are both fundamental axioms which definitionally do not need to be defended because they are the foundations for all arguments, defenses, and beliefs.

Your statement here, then, is only a statement, not an argument. It is no more of an argument than "This is a sentence which conveys meaning." My problem with your presentation here is that by saying your axiom is a "fundamental axiom of ethics", you imply that this axiom is THE way to argue against abortion and that there is no justification needed beyond this axiom (because axioms by definition do not require justification).

The axiom you present is also presented dogmatically, though you claim you are not "imposing a dogma" ( uQB-O8aJTUc&t=2m05s 2:05 ). If it were not dogma, you would be forthright with the ambiguity of lack of definition of "innocent human life" because "innocent" is, outside of faith, a relative claim of moral culpability. As a crude example, one might be "innocent" in having been born a cripple, while being guilty of being a burden on others, requiring additional aid compared to non-cripples. Requiring help may be innocent, but asking for help is an imposition on others' by burdening their lives with one's struggles. Therefore including the idea "innocent human life" as part of the axiom is dogmatic because it does not leave open the possibility of debating what "innocence" means.

All axioms suffer with this by virtue of being codified in language, but I prefer axioms which are less vulnerable to semantic argumentation and redefinition. For example, axioms I hold to are: "Human suffering is bad"; "Human freedom is good"; "Human happiness is good". They still lead to arguing when being used to answer questions of morality (different types of freedom, tradeoffs of different types of suffering, balance of temporary suffering for long term happiness, etc.), but they are still minimally ambiguous where the key words of suffering, freedom, and happiness are at least intuitively definable and are not subject to others' judgement (ie. it is my determination whether I am suffering, free, or happy; it is not my determination whether I am innocent).

Michelle Wahl
2022-09-26 22:33:26

Because abortion is a health right. I would have died if I could not have had a DNC after my spontaneous abortion. That means miscarriage. There are medical reasons why you need to have an abortion you are a priest you are not a physician

Becky Casey
2022-09-26 19:29:37

Bishop, thank you for this! Now where is the outcry against Biden’s latest statement of scandal claiming our church doesn’t teach that life begins at conception!?!?!?

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