Jun 10, 2007

Fresh from USF lovefest, Nancy Pelosi blasphemes

The many liberals among our Catholic hierarchy and clergy keep playing footsie, to say the least, with extremist pro-abortion Catholic politicians such as Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Democrat-California (pictured above, from sourcewatch.org).

Recall the recent lovefest for Mrs. Pelosi at USF, in which USF prexy Fr. Stephen Privett, S.J., giddily gave her an outsized gavel that symbolized her control of the House.

The continuing dalliance -- nay, alliance! -- of Churchmen and anti-life politicians has FATAL consequences for the millions of preborn babies who are doomed to die in the abortions and embryonic stem cell experiments that the pro-abortion Catholic politicians and their anti-life colleagues fund and facilitate.

Last week Mrs. Pelosi rammed through a bill to hike taxpayer funding of embryonic stem cell experimentation. President Bush then promised to veto it, should it reach his desk. But in the meantime, Mrs. Hellosi -- oh, I mean "Pelosi" -- uttered this blasphemy:

"Science is a gift of God to all of us, and science has taken us to a place that is biblical in its power to cure... And that is embryonic stem cell research."

Richard Doerflinger of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops' pro-life office has blasted the embryonic stem cell research bill. But Archbishops George Niederauer (San Francisco) and Donald Wuerl (Washington, D.C.) need to DO something about Nancy Pelosi, and quickly.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

But Archbishops George Niederauer (San Francisco) and Donald Wuerl (Washington, D.C.) need to DO something about Nancy Pelosi, and quickly.


7:33 AM  
Blogger Joseph D'Hippolito said...

You know, Quintero, there is something that the bishops can do: not only advocate adoption but promote it to the hilt. Where is that being done in the Church today? Besides, it places the bishops in "safe" territory; it allows them to advocate an alternative to abortion without endangering their precious political connections to officials whom the probably support on a whole host of social issues.

11:19 AM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Anonymous 7:33 a.m.,

I know...

6:07 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Joseph,

Have you checked with the USCCB's pro-life office? They might be able to tell you what is being done. No doubt some dioceses do more than others.

Priests for Life can probably say what is going on, too.

Homosexual groups and their political allies have begun persecuting the Church over adoption.

As we know, the Boston archdiocese gave up on adoptions because of pro-homosexual pressure, and the San Francisco archdiocese is cooperating with a group that lets homosexual pairs adopt children.

6:34 PM  

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