Matteo Villardita, who wears the webslinger outfit to visit kids in hospitals, also gave the Pontiff a spare mask.
The "View" co-host claimed that the president's support of abortion rights was "doing grave spiritual harm to himself and harm to this country."
The "teaching document" is aimed at Catholic politicians who receive Communion while maintaining a pro-abortion rights stance.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously to allow a Philadelphia-based foster care agency to reject LGBTQ parents on the basis of religious freedom.
The ruling has broader implications for allowing taxpayer-funded groups, such as foster care and homeless services, to deny help based on “religious freedom.”
The Georgia Republican's comments came after intense bipartisan backlash for her efforts to compare pandemic-era public health guidelines to the Holocaust.
Filmmaker Mike Mosallam's "Brothers" offers a healing message about familial relationships. It's due out June 16 in honor of LGBTQ Pride Month.
Months after a HuffPost investigation revealed that Shawn McCaffrey graduated boot camp, Rep. Jackie Speier wants to know why he is still in the military.
Zahid Quraishi, 46, now holds a lifetime seat on a U.S. district court in New Jersey.
Actor Riz Ahmed, who has spoken candidly about Muslim representation on screen, said he hopes the report ignites change.