As pro-life bishops are on the cusp of deciding whether pro-abortion politicians should receive Holy Communion during Mass, Nancy Pelosi has come out saying she can “use my own judgment on that” in recent press appearances.
The news comes after her own archbishop, Salvatore Joseph Cordileone, called her out repeatedly for her support of abortion, saying she’s “cooperating with evil,” and “Please stop the killing. And please stop pretending that advocating for or practicing a grave moral evil – one that snuffs out an innocent human life, one that denies a fundamental human right – is somehow compatible with the Catholic faith. It is not. Please return home to the fullness of your Catholic faith.”
Now, other men of the cloth have come out of the woodwork to call out Pelosi for her anti-life extremism.
“So, in other words, Nancy, we bishops should just be quiet about your radical pro-abortion stance, as you facilitate the continuation of the murder of millions of unborn lives,” wrote Bishop Donald Hying of the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin.
Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver responded to Hying’s tweet with “Amen! We will never stop defending human life in our faithfulness to the Gospel!”
Pelosi says she’s ‘pleased’ with Vatican letter to U.S. bishops on Communion. So, in other words, Nancy, we bishops should just be quiet about your radical pro abortion stance, as you facilitate the continuation of the murder of millions of unborn lives. https://t.co/6x8pS8hIPr
— Bishop Donald Hying (@bishophying) May 14, 2021