Oct 19, 2007

Pro-Abortion Nancy Pelosi and the "Sisters" are both making political statements by receiving Communion

Okay, so she doesn't dress like a "Sister of Perpetual Indulgence." But Catholic abortion zealot Nancy Pelosi, San Francisco Democrat speaker of the House, goes to Communion just like them -- and for the same reason.

Nancy Pelosi and the transvestite "Sisters" are both making political and anti-Catholic statements when they parade up to Communion. They are each publicly saying, "See, I can cling to my sin and still receive Jesus."

We know what sin the transvestites cling to. The sin Nancy Pelosi clings to is fanatical support for aborting millions and millions of God's precious babies.

Now, if Archbishop Niederauer can (finally and sort of) apologize for giving Communion to the transvestites who were making a political statement, isn't he also bound to order that no Communion be given to Nancy Pelosi, who also is making a political statement every time she receives?

Retired Cardinal Theodore McCarrick is wrong to say ministers of the Eucharist should keep on giving Communion to pro-abortion politicians. And if he says that, then does he okay Communion for anti-Catholic transvestites, too?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

While I agree that pro-abortion politicians should be excluded from the Eucharist, I think there's a problem of enforceability that needs to be addressed. I, for one, could not have recognized Pelosi before she became Madame speaker, nor John Kerry until he won in Iowa in 04. Very likely, there're plenty of innocent priests (and maybe even bishops) that are incapable of picking a leftist out of the communion line.

Also - say we were successful in getting priests serious about refusing communion to pro-aborts. Isn't there a risk that overzealous priests might not simply recognize that the person approaching them is a politician, and relying solely on what information he has at his disposal refuse him communion, even if the matter of abortion has never confronted this particular politician, or even if he's pro-life against the grain of his party or government?

It would be easy enough to refuse the bigger-names & known faces, but I think a real plan needs to be thoroughly developed to deal with the broader problem of the unfaithful participating in our sacraments.

11:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess moral idiots haven't read St. Paul the Apostle's exhortation in 1Cor.11:27-32. Some might say that Jesus would have probably dined with Pelosi, the "Sisters" and their ilk, and they'd be right. No doubt our Lord would have used the ocasion as a "teaching moment."
However, let's not kid ourselves, and let's not forget that Jesus shared meals with people among whom were those who eventually abandoned him during his Passion. And one in particular, Judas the Betrayer, dipped his bread in the same cup [Mat. 26:20-25]. As a matter of fact our Lord said it would have been better if Judas had never been born.
Another thing that must not be overlooked is that fact that the above mentioned people overtly disobey Catholic moral teaching.

12:50 AM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Fred,

That's an interesting point about preparing a plan to deal with safeguarding Eucharistic Jesus from the anti-life politicians.

On a local basis, most pastors and associate priests, along with the deacons and the lay "ministers," probably know the pro-abortion politicians in their parish or could be told about them.

And a bishop or a pastor who has remonstrated with his local pro-aborts unsuccessfully could alert everyone who needs to know by announcing to the pro-abort(s) publicly, "Enough's enough. You had your chance." Something like that, maybe.

4:59 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear MVH,

As we all should remember, Jesus said, "Go and sin no more." That's a far cry from "Perpetual Indulgence," isn't it!

Thanks for the links. Wow, the Vulgate is available at:


I found a typo in the Douay-Rheims I Cor. verses you linked to: They wrote "inform" instead of the correct "infirm." The Vulgate text might have typos, too, then.

8:00 PM  
Blogger Joe of St. Thérèse said...

At this point, priests and EMHC's should know who Pelosi, and some of the other pro-murder (yes, I said that right) people are. And they should be denied Communion as they are in public sin. You'd think they'd have honor and not even put themselves in the line for Communion. (which needs to go back to kneeling by the way)

9:43 AM  

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