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  1. Jean MC
    4 years ago

    anohter person that needs to be included in the excommunication is Rep, Diane Watson of Cal. she pubilicly stated having rec'd communion even though she is publically supporting the funding of abortion andit's process. IN direct controversion of Canon 915

  2. Theresa
    4 years ago

    I have said for years that Catholics who go against the Doctrine of the Church should be ex-communicated and we need to start with HER

  3. MariAnn Brotnov
    4 years ago

    I would love to see Pelosi on her knee's; but that will never happen! God does forgive, but she got alot of apologizing to do!

  4. alice
    4 years ago

    It is time that every Catholic take a stand for the unborn and contact their local Bishop and encourage them to stop making a mockery of Church laws. These so-called pro-abortion Catholics are public sinners and should NOT profane the Body Of Christ. They should be refused Communion until they publicly repent and repair the injustice they are doing to the unborn, the Church and society.

  5. Jacqueline
    4 years ago

    Why does the Catholic Church have Canon Law (915) if no one abides by it? Why bother? Archbishop Raymond Burke must talk to Archbishop Donald Wuerl, Washington, DC and Bishop Niederauer, San Francisco, CA...Pelosi's ex-communication MUST BE PUBLIC so that every church in the world knows that she is not to receive Communion until she repents big time. The same applies to every other Catholic politician, Biden, etc.

  6. John D
    4 years ago

    There's two types of excommunication. There is something called "non-declared" excommunication where you essentially automatically excommunicate yourself by doing the sorts of things Nancy Pelosi (and others like her) are doing. Then there's "declared" excommunication where a judicial process takes place and a decision is made on publicly declaring excommunication.

    Catholics in prominent leadership positions who flagrantly and blatantly defy Catholic teachings, all while professing to be Catholic, are doing enormous damage to our Pro-life cause. Many people take their cues from leaders and rationalize their own indifference to our Pro-life cause as "OK", because for instance, John Kerry is a Catholic and he is Pro-choice. I understand there have even been some video clips of him receiving communion. If such a prominent politician is not publicly rebuked, the Church's Pro-life message will continue to be weakened and Catholics will continue to be lead astray. These politicians should be publicly excommunicated if they do not recant their positions. They are Catholic in name only.

  7. Arthur
    4 years ago

    Roch Drozdzik, I heard this preached last Sunday and I agree with you to a point. But the price (unborn) is too high to remain silent. God's will and Church teaching is being ignored, what else would you have us do to protect these children?
    You are right about casting stones but you must put it into context in the way Christ meant it. I don't think he equated a women who committed adultry and was sorry to those who continue to kill or assist in the killing of the unborn and do so without guilt.

  8. Paula
    4 years ago

    "Judge lest ye be judged” Always remember, only God Himself can judge us. However, it is our duty here on earth to spread the word of God, and to let those who commit sin against God to understand their wrong. In taking communion each week, you are committing yourself to Jesus, to do your best to live as He commanded. If you are passing laws that kill the unborn, you are NOT living up to your promise to God.

    Excommunication is the only answer, and the bishops must take swift action after this monster baby-killing law was passed. We must all contact the US bishops (in a respectful and polite manner of course) and let them know we stand with Mr. Terry! Excommunicate all Catholic Lawmakers who do not stand up for the rights of Gods unborn children!

  9. Kim Lavery
    4 years ago

    It's not about judging someone. or using it as a weapon. Many people simply fail to see that what they are doing is wrong, or want to continue to be seen as Catholic, to garner some political clout perhaps, while blatantly going against what the church teaches. If you, as a Catholic, go against the fundamental teachings of the church (and publicly at that), then you are no longer in communion with the church. You should be the one not going to receive, failing that (if you feel you are above the church, and know better than its teachings, or continue to do what you like for personal/political gain without remorse), the priest is well within his right to refuse communion. When you are a public figure, making a public statement, then there is little doubt what your stand is, and therefore, the church can judge you accordingly, based on your own words and actions.

  10. joseph
    4 years ago

    It is our place to judge people. Jesus did it and He told us how we are to do it ...justly not rashly. Speaker Pelosi is clearly committing public sin. There is no question at all about refusing her Holy Communion. It is a scandal that she has not been excommunicated already.

    For all those that love to throw out the "who are you to judge" line...please read the Gospels and study the Catechisms and teachings of the Faith. You are ignorant of God's teaching.

    God Bless these couragious people in Rome. If you take donations, I will whole heartedly give!


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