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Fr. Frank Pavone, Nancy Pelosi, a Deformed Conscience and Causing Scandal Comments

Fr Frank Pavone was not acting hysterically, he was acting pastorally. Nancy Pelosi is wrong about the teaching of the Catholic Church. Fr. Frank Pavone was acting to help Ms. Pelosi - and to prevent her from causing further scandal to the Church which she purports to represent when she makes such reprehensible comments to the public. We must educate our consciences in order to ensure that they conform to the truth as revealed in the ... Continue Reading

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  1. kathy
    1 year ago

    Pelosi was raised to be a socialist national democrat. There is a huge difference in the normal democrat of John Kennedy's day...I could no sooner see Rose Kennedy falling for this junk...The democrat of the 50's and 60's were not of this kind. Pelosi is a socialist, and therefore she has no conscience.

  2. K C Thomas
    1 year ago

    cardinal Dolan once remarked " All present ills are due to the silence from the pulpit". It is heartening to note that now slowly our Bishops and priests are awake and they realize the need to teach the parishioners what the Church teaches us. Abortion, premarital sex, gay marriage etc. etc. have been taken for granted by the younger generation as they had no occasion to listen to the teachings from priests and parents. God brings about the present situation to make us bold, learn our Church and to fight for her through dedicated life. If we want to follow Christ, we have to bear the cross and follow him.

  3. Bob Hugelmeyer
    1 year ago

    Well said Deacon! Is it possible that she is cognitively challenged? She and Kathleen Sebelius, both Catholic women, may have sold their souls for fame and fortune. It seem that obedience is not one of the virtures. The Church seems to be impaled on the horns of a dilemma - Damned if you do and damned if you don't. Someone in a powerful position who is well known must be corrected by church authorities so as to not lead fellow Catholics into acting in extrinsically evil ways. Are these two Catholic women mislead by their confessors, their priests, who themselves are giving scandal and leading them to believe what they do is acceptable? My point - if no one speaks up to correct these misconceptions, it becomes tacit approval.

    Thank you Father Pavone!

  4. Janny
    1 year ago

    Why doesn't someone call this woman out EVERY SINGLE TIME she claims to be a Catholic? Are there no Catholics in her audiences with the guts to harass her on this? And yes, I believe harassment in this case would be perfectly fine...it's a spiritual work of mercy to admonish sinners and instruct the ignorant. You'd be killing two birds with one stone by doing it. :-)

  5. Ruth
    1 year ago

    We must pray for her. And sacrifice and fast. We may even have to die. But we want her and all that she may have led astray to be with God in the Communion of Saints for all eternity. The same goes for our other 'Catholic' politicians. If Biden prayed the rosary rather than threatening to shove it into other people's anatomy... But at the very least, we need to pray it for them as we are obligated to do whatever we can to help all come to Christ.

    As Catholics, we need to remember:
    ."Everyone of us needs half an hour of prayer each day," remarked St. Francis de Sales, "except when we are busy—then we need an hour."

  6. Roger
    1 year ago

    Pelosi has every right to hold any view she likes, even if they are contradictory to Catholic teaching.
    The Catholic Church has every right to give Pelosi the boot as well, the church has ground rules that as a confirmed member of the faith you must uphold.
    If it is known that Pelosi is knowingly and willingly breaking those rules she must be
    Excommunicated, it is time to let the politicians, movie stars, business owners and the general public in on a little secret, Your actions do have consequences, Pelosi can have her view on abortion, or be Catholic, not both.

  7. matthew
    1 year ago

    I am disappointed in Miss Pelosi's statements as a Catholic, a statesman and a woman.
    I don't understand how anyone can be so ignorant of the Catholic churches teachings. How she could say she has a as a catholic the ability to pick what she wants to follow.
    She is making her self a god.
    I hope she finds the error of her ways before it is too late.

  8. Stephanie
    1 year ago

    Sadly, Pelosi is obviously from the "feelings" generation. Only choose the Catholic teachings that make you "feel" good. The worst part is that these people are bent on pushing their false version of Catholicism onto everyone else.

  9. Mary F
    1 year ago

    I feel very sad for Ms. Pelosi. She is correct in one point: she has "free will" allowed by God when He created Adam and Eve. But He created "free will" to allow us to choose to OBEY God's commandments or follow the folly of this this world as Ms. Pelosi is doing. However, if we choose to follow the folly of this world, we will be called to answer to our choice. I also agree with rafaelmarie that the Catholic church needs to start excommunicating those who espouse falsehood about our faith. Ms. Pelosi also needs to be reminded that Christ displayed humility and compassion toward those less fortunate which she has shown little of, if any. to be a true Catholic. She also has forgotten to show respect for those called to the life of priesthood by Christ. She is a very misguide soul who is in much need our prayers.

  10. Bill
    1 year ago

    How has she avoided excommunication?


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