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