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Nancy Pelosi is at it again…Part III

On Monday, Catholic Advocate alerted our community to an event that took place last week – “The Obama Catholic Coalition Meets in D.C.”

Now, the folks at Cybercast News Service have obtained video of Speaker Nancy Pelosi discussing immigration reform during her remarks to the gathering and elaborating on her directions to the Catholic Hierarchy on the issue.

In the video we are providing for you here as well, she goes into immigration as part of the “dignity and worth of every person.” Pelosi then continues to tell those assembled about how the hierarchy needs to take to the pulpit if immigration reform is going to pass.  Alluding to “whatever the instruction in the pews…” and stumbling over her words.

As a Catholic, Nancy Pelosi doesn’t know what priests do during Mass? Well, we know she confuses feast days and the teachings of the church on the sanctity of life…so maybe she just doesn’t pay attention during Mass.

As a Catholic, Nancy Pelosi thinks it is appropriate for the hierarchy and our priests to advocate for immigration reform from the pulpit, but why not talk about the dignity and worth of the unborn lost from the health care bill, Madame Speaker?

As a Catholic, does Nancy Pelosi think they should also use their homilies to support traditional marriage? Or, would she rather they ignore that non-negotiable issue and hope no one notices the Obama-Pelosi effort to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

Let’s just drill down to the basics – I didn’t realize white smoke came from the south side of the Capitol when she was elected Speaker, so what makes Nancy Pelosi think she can give direction to the hierarchy of the Catholic Church?

Watch the video for yourself…

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12 Responses to Nancy Pelosi is at it again…Part III

  1. Ricky Vines says:

    After what she did with Obamacare, she has no buisness talking to the Church. Instead, she should find a millstone, tie it around her neck and drown herself if she cares about following the Scriptures.

  2. Diane says:

    If Pelosi has ordained herself as a Catholic leader of the Bishops and the Faithful, then she needs to resign from Congress.

  3. Bill Sr. says:

    The Speaker’s comments need a promppt response from the bishops. Otherwise they allow the great catholic theologians in Washington like Pelosi, Biden, the Kennedys, Kerry and other progressive liberals define our faith and make or form moral judgments for us. Nancy even extrapolates the messages out of the Vatican for us and the bishops too often have little to say in response. They of course dare not deny them communion lest they be deemed too “judgmental”. It’s no wonder the flock is scattered in all directions.

  4. Sid says:

    I hear nothing from the Bishops on Mrs. Pelosi’s latest edict to Catholic clergy, just the sound of crickets chirping. I guess we should continue to pray for her conversion to true Catholicism?

  5. MaryAnn says:

    Sadly many of our bishops and priests agree with her and have been advocating for “comprehensive” immigration reform for years; many priests and bishops support sanctuary cities. I have no doubt that parishoners will be hearing that Jesus supports open borders because He preached “social justice”. The Leftist ideology infiltrated the Catholic Church decades ago, and if we want to stop it we’ll have to increase our communication with our priests and bishops. We’ll need to increase our own knowledge about the economic and national security dangers that open borders represent to America. We have to familiarize ourselves with what the Church actually does teach about social justice by reading the catechism. We have to come to terms with the truth that for decades America has not enforced our immigration laws thus allowing a de facto open borders policy to exist, and come up with a humane way to deal with the situation. And finally present these arguments and ideas with patience and love.

  6. Carol Dixon Klein says:

    Unfortunately, in these times, Christian terms like SOCIAL JUSTICE have a different meaning, as the then Cardinal Ratzinger said in his book, THE RATZINER REPORT. Some bishops as well as many laymen, may have neglected this excellent book, and are, therefore, unaware of the true definitions. The dangerous mixology of the Bible, christology, polictics, sociology and economics is totally unacceptable as a means of considering actions that are understood by all. No overall social change can take place without the individual undertaking an inner journey toward change. Beginning at page 169 there is a discussion of Marxist-socialist ideology and liberation theology and the confusions of many modern theologians that obfuscate even further the quest for TRUTH.

  7. John Roane says:

    If any church does as she request would they lose thier tax free status? Talk about seperation of Church and State. When will she make up her mind on that issue? Is she really a Cat lick?

  8. Margaret says:

    I think it odd that Speaker Pelosi and many others talk of the “so-called separation of church and state” until it is of course, convenient for her issues. I wish Ms. Pelosi would take a good R.C.I.A. Class and start figuring things out.

  9. Kenneth S. Sands says:

    I am waiting for our bishops to censure “non-catholics” like Biden and Pelosi denying Communion to them until they become true “pro-life Catholics”…..I have been waiting since the Kennedys for this….How long must Jesus wait??

  10. Mark says:

    They need to refuse her communion.

  11. Enrique Pujals says:

    Why does she say that they cannot say to them go back to your country? They did not vote for her or maybe she knows something we don’t about illegals voting in CA?

  12. John Morton says:

    >>>Madam Speaker Pelosi, pontificating politics from the pulpit of the Catholic Church, advising the Catholic Hierarchy to do the same, reminds me of that all to oft phrase uttered by the likes of Speaker Pelosi and her ilk, “…if we say it enough they’ll believe that it really is part of the first amendment of the U.S. Constitution”, ‘separation of Church and State’! Do I detect the odor of, what’s the word, …hypocrisy? Hummmmm?

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