Religious leaders assess Biden, with hope and dismay

Religious leaders assess Biden, with hope and dismay

Associated Press file

President-elect Joe Biden departs the St. Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church on Jan. 16 in Wilmington, Del. Donald Trump’s departure from the White House and the start of Biden’s presidency have stirred new hopes among many religious leaders in the United States, while causing dismay among others. For leaders of the two largest Christian denominations – the Roman Catholic Church and the Southern Baptist Convention – the paramount concern about the Biden administration is its strong support for abortion rights.

Religious leaders assess Biden, with hope and dismay

Associated Press file

President-elect Joe Biden departs the St. Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church on Jan. 16 in Wilmington, Del. Donald Trump’s departure from the White House and the start of Biden’s presidency have stirred new hopes among many religious leaders in the United States, while causing dismay among others. For leaders of the two largest Christian denominations – the Roman Catholic Church and the Southern Baptist Convention – the paramount concern about the Biden administration is its strong support for abortion rights.
click here to add your event
Area Events