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  1. Timothy
    4 years ago

    It is not our place to judge Ms. Pelosi, Mr. Biden, Mr. Ellsworth, or Mr. Stupak, but we can ask why our church leaders are not holding them responsible for their hypocrisy. I am just a sinner and God will judge me as well as them, but please, Bishops, address this in a serious manner!

  2. Roch Drozdzik
    4 years ago

    "Let him who is without sin throw the first stone..." Hey, "Catholics", have you ever read this? Who are YOU to excommunicate people, or to DECIDE to whom give and to whom refuse the Sacrament? Let stop using Eucharist as a WEAPON.

  3. Tina H.
    4 years ago

    It's evil that she dare take our Holy Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and then turn and pass pro-abortion legislation. Sickening...

  4. barbara
    4 years ago

    I was wondering why both she and Joe Biden have not been excommunicated. It's an embarassement to our Religion

  5. Joe C.
    4 years ago

    I'm not going to judge whether Ms. Pelosi ought to be receiving Communion or not. That's on her conscience. I feel there is a lot of hurt in this nation though -- and I lay the responsibility of that hurt at Pelosi's and Obama's feet [and President Bush's too to a lesser and decreasing extent].

    They ought to all be ashamend of their present actions that are dividing this nation and using the faithful as their pawns in their pro-abortion and anti-Subsidiarity radical Marxist and murderous agenda.

    But, I guess being angry does no good. We need to remember that respect and charity should be afforded to all --- even the likes of Obama and Pelosi.


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