The liturgy in St. Peter’s Square is expected to be relatively simple and “not too long,” about two hours, the Vatican said, and, interestingly, Pope Francis will not be distributing holy Communion. It’s not clear why, but the Vatican seemed to infer it was to keep the Mass shorter and simpler (500 priests and deacons will be on hand to distribute Communion throughout the square).
Some observers, however, believe it is so the Pope is not put in the awkward position of giving Communion to Catholic leaders such as Biden and Pelosi, whose public positions on abortion are at odds with Catholic teaching. As cardinal archbishop of Buenos Aires, Pope Francis was categorical in disallowing Communion to any who facilitated an abortion, politicians included. (Source)
If I was a priest, I would refuse Communion to the Pro-Abort politicians. Start with Biden and Pelosi. The Vatican would have to bend too because Pope Francis would have done the same thing.
Pope Francis a liberal? If that’s a liberal, give me all your luvin’ all your hugs and kisses too!