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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. Keith
    1 year ago

    I'm sure Jezebel thought Elijah was hysterical too!

  2. Vance
    1 year ago

    As a Pro-Life activist Fr. Frank Pavone is a hero of mine and of the nation. Fr Frank apparently is the only voice in the Catholic Church against Pelosi. When Jesus gave us the parable on the 'Good Samaritan', he gave an example of a Priest walking on the other side of the road to pretend he doesn't see the victim lying half dead on the side of the road. Fr Frank is a parish priest. Where is Pelosi's Bishop? Where are all the nation's Bishops? I am sure they must have heard Pelosi's statement. While Nancy Pelosi ties a millstone around her neck, these silent Bishops had better tie one around their necks as well. One of your definitions of scandal says, "Scandal is grave when given by those who by nature or office are obliged to teach and educate others. Jesus reproaches the scribes and pharisees on this account: he likens them to wolves in sheep's clothing". Their silence is scandalous.

  3. John
    1 year ago

    Nancy is a very accomplished and well-seasoned liar, just like her friend Barry. I would be much more concerned if she were ever to agree with me, than I would if she vehemently disagreed.

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