Why Pope Francis probably isn't worried about U.S. bishops' vote on Communion guidance

Pope Francis. ANDREAS SOLARO / AFP via Getty Images
Despite opposition from the Vatican, which warned Catholic leaders not to politicize the Church, the U.S. Bishops' Conference on Friday voted 168-55 in favor of draft guidelines that could question whether Catholic politicians support abortion rights , including presidents are entitled to receive communion.
Pope Francis has so far remained silent on the vote, which, according to Vatican officials from the New York Times, is a sign that he is not concerned that the final version of the guidelines will actually be passed. According to the Times, church law requires either unanimous support or two-thirds support and approval from the Vatican. Both possibilities seem unlikely, even if a majority supports the document. "It won't get that far," said a senior Vatican official. "It's unimaginable." Paolo Rodari, a Vatican reporter in La Repubblica, Italy, said he didn't think they were concerned at Casa Marta and was referring to the papal residence.
The more likely scenario is that the final document "emphasizes the importance of the Eucharist" while reflecting "the concerns of the Pope", "Biden and other influential political and cultural figures who support the right to abortion" to refuse communion ", reports the Times. Read more at the New York Times.
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