(CNSNews.com) – President Joe Biden, as first reported by The Daily Mail, had a private Mass in a room at the Marriott Hotel in Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday, as back in the United States the White House was announcing that Biden had nominated to a federal district court a magistrate judge endorsed by pro-abortion politicians.
The White House put out a press release that day, stating that Biden had nominated U.S. Magistrate Judge Kato Crews to the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado.
Crews had been recommended to Biden as a district-court nominee in a letter that Democratic Senators John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet of Colorado had sent Biden on April 29, 2022.
Both Hickenlooper and Bennet were endorsed for the Senate by NARAL Pro-Choice America. “NARAL is proud to endorse former Governor John Hickenlooper, a devoted public servant and champion of reproductive freedom,” NARAL President Ilyse Hogue said in a Feb. 13, 2020 press release.
In a Nov. 8, 2016 press release, congratulating Bennet for his victory in that year’s Senate election, NARAL said: “Sen. Michael Bennet…has a perfect pro-choice voting record in NARAL’s annual rating of members of Congress.”
Meanwhile, Father Wieslaw Dawidowski, a Polish priest in Warsaw, put an English-language posting on his Facebook page, stating that he had said Mass for Biden in a room next to Biden’s hotel room and had put ashes on Biden’s head. The posting included photos of the priest in the room with Biden.
“Today is Ash Wednesday,” Father Dawidowski said on his Facebook page. “Also the greats of this world accept the ashes—if they belong to the Catholic tradition.
“I had the honor to put ashes on the head of the President of the United States himself Mr Joe Biden,” Father Dawidowski wrote.
“Everything happened in great secret but now I can say: in an improvised house chapel just next to the President’s apartment, we held a Holy Mass with the intention of peace, the conversion of Russia and the light of the Holy Spirit for the President,” said the priest.
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