U.S. Catholics now have one of their own sitting in the White House. In addition to joy, there is also harsh criticism, in some cases stronger than that directed at predecessor Trump. Behind this is an old conflict within the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Interviewer: With Joe Biden, for the first time since John F. Kennedy a Catholic U.S. president. One would think that Catholics in the U.S. would be happy to have one of their own as president again. Still, there seems to be more Catholic criticism right now than there is of the Trump administration. How do you explain that?