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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. Padraig
    1 year ago

    Why hasn't Nancy Pelosi been excommunicated? She causes grievous scandal to the faithful, and there are many Catholics that I know who seem to believe that she, because of her position in national politics, knows more about Church teaching than the bishops and the Pope! She needs to be excommunicated so that Catholics across the country will learn that you can't openly ascribe to and preach heresy and evil and not be punished. There was a time when excommunication was seen as a path to repentance, and those who were excommunicated were guided through penance so that they could be returned to communion someday. However, nowadays bishops are so afraid of being judged by the court of popular opinion that people like Pelosi are not being helped through excommunication. However, Ms. Pelosi is so brazen and filled with pride at her heresy that she would probably wear her excommunication as a "badge of honor". I urge everyone to begin praying the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows of Our Lady every day so that Ms. Pelosi and those of her ilk are voted out of government next year so that REAL and LASTING CHANGE will occur in this country. The only HOPE that Mr. Obama promised in 2008 will only happen when his powerbase has been voted out of government and we elect officials in this country who stand up for life and justice.

  2. Brad
    1 year ago

    The War on Women? When I turned eighteen years, I received a "Greetings from Uncle Sam " letter with instructions to report to the selective service office. The message was, "we need your body for cannon fodder, you are disposable, expendable, according to the purposes of the government. and YOU HAVE NO CHOICE." The girls received no such notice. At that moment, I was very much in solidarity with an unborn child. What women imagine is a war is nothing compared to what generations of young men and 51 million unborn have experienced.

    But men have always fought for the freedoms women enjoy, including HER right to eliminate HIS children. Women should fight for this freedom themselves. I suggest sending "Greeting from Uncle Sam" letters to all eighteen year old girls. The "war on women" will take on an entirely different meaning.

  3. Stephen Caito
    1 year ago

    The Catholic Laity needs to pray for the Catholic Bishops to quite being fearful of being “not liked” by the progressives. We need to pray that the Spirit enters our Bishops and strengthens them against fears of being condemned by the liberal, progressive, press. I pray that the Bishops can clearly define Christ’s teachings and always condemn evil no matter what they ‘think’ the results will be. To me, it seems that by not condemning the progressive leaders and their evil demands, the Bishops themselves are denying Christ’s teachings. If the Bishops give in to the abortion demands of ObamaCare, they will be denying Christ before the “cock crows three times.” We must pray that our Bishops accept the Spirit and lead us by the Spirit. I now understand what is meant by ‘the Spirit is strong but the flesh is weak.’ Please add in your intentions at Mass, a prayer that the Spirit enters our Bishops strengthens them, and leads them in these terrible times.

  4. Rob
    1 year ago

    Guys, this gets to the heart of the new evangelization. I think until we get really serious about evangelizing nominal catholics, this trend will continue.

    I see a lot of anger and frustration with the likes of Pelosi and others and very little work on the ground to reverse the trend. I think we expect a miracle to happen without taking any responsibility for anything. Maybe if we sream enough or vote for the other guy....that will work.

  5. JOHN
    1 year ago

    Pelosi has a church ok. it is a Cafeteria church. She is for abortion, she parades with gays ans lesbians and applauds them, she c ontradicts her Faith. You are what you do and what you beleive.

  6. David
    1 year ago

    Why do the Bishops of the Church not excommunicate this heretic?

  7. Neil
    1 year ago

    What does it take to get excommunicated these days. I'm just wondering if Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, Justice Sotomayor and the rest of the Catholics in Washington that support abortion and same sex marriage have been excommunicated.

  8. JimmyChonga
    1 year ago

    Perhaps, it might wake her up if the church she claims to "love" advised her that it was tired of being outright offended by her outrageous, heretical political perspective. She is as much a Catholic as Satan is still "angelic". She and her ilk on the LEFT should ALL be swept from the church. I really see little difference between the terrible harms that were done to the church by the priest sex-scandal and the current harm this steadfast heretic/apostate is doing by her professed "Catholicism", all the while clinging to the most anti-Catholic political agenda.

  9. Bill Sr.
    1 year ago

    Paul-Emile Leray
    Faithful friend, I see you are still doing your best to shed light on the murky issues of the day for us and we appreciate it. If you have not already seen it you need to go to another of my favorite sites to read what I believe is great food for thought for the faithful. Blessings to you.
    http://catholicexchange.com/the-flesh/

  10. Theresa H
    1 year ago

    Anyone who knows Nancy Pelosi shouldn't be surprised over what she says anymore. Neither do I think we should take scandal regarding what our Bishops do, or don't do.... They stand before God and will be accountable before Him, as will all of us. Pray for them, speak with them if/when you have occasion.... in any case, Stand firm, Know your Faith, and Live by it--including regular reception of the Sacraments....Teach it to your children and pray for perseverance! We are living in apocalyptic-like times. That is not to say that I think the end of the world is around the corner, but simply that "the times" are very serious and we, as a people, as a nation must change course--else we (our nation) will end in certain "self-destruction," as sure as 2&2&3 = 7. Jesus told us to read the "signs of the times" and St Paul told us to "not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your minds, that you may know what is God's will, what is good, pleasing [to God] and perfect" (Rom 12:2) and do it....And spread the Good News, insofar as you can!


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