In op-ed, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone draws a parallel between the abortion politics of today and institutional support of segregation and other forms of racial injustice in the United States in the mid-20th century.
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The order’s national delegate, John Viola, said it was an “incomparable honor” to have Archbishop Cordileone as the prior.
Archbishop Cordileone Responds to Pelosi: No Devout Catholic Can Condone Abortion, ‘Let Alone Have the Government Pay for It’
In response, the Archbishop of San Francisco said: “To use the smokescreen of abortion as an issue of health and fairness to poor women is the epitome of hypocrisy: what about the health of the baby being killed? What about giving poor women real choice, so they are supported in choosing life?”
‘First Things’ published the San Francisco shepherd’s paragraph-by-paragraph response to the ‘statement of principles.’
Archbishop Cordileone said Archbishop Aquila’s letter “reminds me of the forthright way St. Paul spoke to the Corinthians, Galatians, Thessalonians and others.”
Archbishop Cordileone called on the faithful to pray: "I ask San Francisco Catholics to engage in prayer, adoration and fasting for an end to violence and hatred. St. Francis, patron of San Francisco, pray for us."
On January 20, Pope Francis asked Catholics to pray for a 46-year-old Nigerian immigrant named Edwin, who died homeless on the streets of Rome not far from St. Peter’s Square, “ignored by all, abandoned, even by us,” the pontiff said
The San Francisco archbishop told the Register that the continuing unfair treatment of religious worship compared to some secular activities is ‘outrageous,’ as well as unconstitutional.