The debate of whether or not pro-abortion politicians, such as President Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D‑CA0, and Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY) should receive Holy Communion is at the center of a draft document the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is expected to vote on Wednesday, ABC News reported.As I covered on Monday, the ongoing debate surrounding pro-abortion politicians recieving Holy Communion has been at the forefront since “devout Catholic” Biden assumed office. Reportedly, the document at the center of the USCCB conference in Baltimore this week will clarify who is worthy of receiving Communion, but will not call out any pro-abortion politician by name.According to a report this week by the Associated Press, the draft states that “[l]ay people who exercise some form of public authority have a special responsibility to embody Church teaching.”One of the bishops on the committee drafting the document, Bishop Michael Olson, told AP that it should “avoid any trace of …