Pelosi apparently bared from communion

Big Al
May 21, 2022
Dear Martin,
This decision took real courage.
Moments ago, Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s archbishop – Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco – announced that he has issued an interdict barring her from receiving the Eucharist due to her public and persistent activism in favor of abortion.
I suspect you may be thinking: it’s about time.
No doubt, this announcement is welcome. And yet it is not ultimately about politics or punishment. It’s about repentance, obedience, and the responsibility of every Catholic (including us!), but especially those in leadership or prominent lawmaking roles to uphold the timeless teachings of the Faith that we profess.
CONSIDER: Church law requires this. Canon 915 of the Code of Canon Law states clearly: “Those who have been excommunicated or interdicted after the imposition or declaration of the penalty and others obstinately persevering in manifest grave sin are not to be admitted to holy communion.”
    May 21, 2022 21:42 PM

    Poor little Nancy…………

      May 21, 2022 21:49 PM

      Wrong Out of the Box

    May 21, 2022 21:50 PM

    Poor JOE………. is next…………. Popes are going to make a fortune, . When all the kinfolk start…buying the Big Fella out of Purgatory ………

      May 21, 2022 21:44 PM

      After the GOP sweep the mid-terms, I expect senile Joe to be impeached.
      Hopefully, it will bankrupt him of his ill-gotten wealth, but sadly, it will enrich DC lawyers.

      May 21, 2022 21:50 PM

      The impeachment will never see the light of the day!

      May 21, 2022 21:51 PM

      That wold be appropriate!

    May 21, 2022 21:52 PM
      May 21, 2022 21:53 PM

      Compilig to Church Law has nothing to do with The Mark of the Devil

    May 21, 2022 21:01 PM

    Look around and you will see real acts of faith, even in non-Christian countries.

    Of course, they could also often be described as acts of stupidity.

      May 21, 2022 21:41 PM

      I find acts of faith to fascinating.

      By the way, I agreewith your prior comment!

    May 21, 2022 21:48 PM

    Clearly the Archbishop acted reasonably under the authority given to him by the Catholic Church and protected by freedom of religion guaranteed by the 1st Amendment.

    Yet the Left wants to treat this as a political act… In my opinion, this editorial appears to be extremely biased: