COLORADO SPRINGS, Oct. 16, 2012 ( - The Bishop of Colorado Springs is making headlines after he insisted that Vice President Joe Biden, a pro-abortion Catholic, “should know” he shouldn’t receive Communion if a campaign stop brings him to his diocese.
“He should know, and I would do everything I could do to make sure that he knows, he ought not to be receiving Communion,” Bishop Michael Sheridan told the Colorado Springs Gazette earlier this month...

The nation's Catholic bishops on Friday said Vice President Joseph R. Biden misled the country when he claimed Catholic hospitals won't have to pay for contraception nor refer women to other places to get it.
In Thursday night's debate, Mr. Biden, a Catholic, said he accepts his church's teaching opposing abortion but added it's not his place to impose it on others. He also said the new health car
e law won't push religiously affiliated institutions to offer coverage they disagree with.
"No religious institution – Catholic or otherwise, including Catholic social services, Georgetown hospital, Mercy hospital, any hospital – none has to either refer contraception, none has to pay for contraception, none has to be a vehicle to get contraception in any insurance policy they provide. That is a fact," Mr. Biden said.
But the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on Friday that was not, in fact, true.