The Rev. Paul Scalia, son of the late Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia and a Catholic priest at St. James Catholic Church in Falls Church, Va., said Sunday he was wary of Sen. Kamala Harris, technology giants and other forces that he sees as encroaching on freedom of religion.
Scalia also hinted at possible tangles between a Biden administration and the Catholic Church over birth control coverage mandates imposed under the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act but repealed by the Trump administration.
In his Sunday sermon for the feast known as “Solemnity of Jesus Christ, King of the Universe,” Scalia said he was worried that in American society today “we find now a hint of the Marxist mentality, maybe more than a hint, in the politicization of everything.”
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