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Reactions to multiple reports surrounding the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) decision to draft a document outlining the criteria for denying Communion to abortion rights advocates have taken Twitter by storm the past few days. Young progressives have formed the most significant opposition to religious involvement in politics, with no goodwill being shown towards deeply religious figures with a say in public policy.
The Twitter population already skews heavily towards these young progressives, who are increasingly unlikely to affiliate with organized religion and more broadly hold ill will towards the many conservative doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church. Reactions to the announcement from the conference of bishops were hostile and have even already provoked a response from House Democrats to urge the USCCB to reconsider chastising prominent pro-choice Democrats that receive Communion. President Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) have been painted as the main targets of the USCCB's decision despite the lack of any specific admonishments of the two from the organization.
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