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When should a people overthrow its government?

Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego recently said that Catholics should be “proud collaborators” with the Biden administration. On the other hand, Archbishop Vigano, the former Papal Nuncio to the U.S., frames the current conflict between Trump and Biden as part of an apocalyptic struggle between good and evil. And he urges Catholics to resist the leftist attempt to “reset” the culture.

Although a significant number of Catholics agree with Vigano, a great many others, even those who aren’t happy with Biden, feel that you just have to accept the results of the election and move on. There is, of course, a good chance that Biden’s “victory” may be overturned if sufficient election fraud is uncovered by Trump’s legal team. But if that doesn’t happen, should that be the end of it? Should the Catholic resistance cease and deist, and simply work toward a better result in the mid-term elections?