Rev William Kosko, a parish priest at St. Henry’s Parish in Buckeye, Arizona, unloaded on Roman Catholic President Joe Biden, Catholic Bishops, and many Catholic congregants in a blistering homily regarding abortion, same-sex marriage, and transgenderism.
According to him, He will not give Joe Biden, Holy Communion if he attends his parish. Rev. Fr. William Kosco, whose parish is in Buckeye, Arizona, condemned Catholics who are pro abortion.
He began with a story about the time he was with the U.S. Peace Corps attending a conference in Krakow, Poland, around 47 miles from the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz.
Upon witnessing the horrific history of the camp, Kosko explained that [those in the] group were unable to fathom how people in the neighboring town of Auschwitz, who undoubtedly knew what was happening just a few miles away, could tolerate such proximate evil.
“They say that one July it snowed there in that town, that snow fell from the sky. But it wasn’t snow, it was the ashes from the crematoriums that were working overtime burning the bodies of the murdered dead.”
“How could people have tolerated this who knew about it? Surely they saw the train boxcars going in with people on them and the people not coming back. Brothers and sisters,” he continued, “it’s thirty years later [since I visited Krakow] and it’s still snowing outside. It’s snowing with the ashes of the innocent unborn.” (Life Site News)
After this soul-shattering picture of Nazi Germany and its parallels with the accepted abortion industry in the United States, he mentioned Pres. Biden’s support for abortion, homosexuality, and “this gender silliness.” He said that while Pres. Biden was welcomed in his church, his views were not. He said the same thing about the church’s members since they would hear the truth about abortion.
He then asked, “how in the world did this happen?” His answer is not atypical of what’s happening in churches across the United States: “because our bishops have been silent for 60 years. Through bad [teaching] and cowardice, they have barely said a thing…”
He apologized if he sounded like he was yelling at them. He admitted he was angry with “the same righteous anger that Jesus had when he drove the moneychangers out of the temple.”