On Saturday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) met with Pope Franci at the Vatican despite her extreme push to ram through legislation to make taxpayers fund full-term abortions.
Life News reports:
The Vatican released photos of their meeting but did not mention what they talked about, according to the Catholic News Agency. Pelosi’s husband, Paul, also attended.
Afterward, the Democrat congresswoman said it was a “spiritual, personal and official honor” to meet the pope. In a statement, she praised the Catholic leader for his advocacy on issues involving the environment, immigrants, refugees and the poor, Reuters reports.
While in Rome, Pelosi also gave the keynote speech at the G20 Parliamentary Speakers’ Summit, CNA reports.
Pelosi, who claims to be Catholic, has a radical pro-abortion record, and her own bishop, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, recently began a prayer campaign for her conversion of heart.
Cordileone said Pelosi’s pro-abortion legislation amounts to “child sacrifice” and chastised Catholic politicians who support it, saying the bill is what “one would expect from a devout Satanist, not a devout Catholic.”