Papal Mass today: Pelosi scores Holy Communion: sacrilege. How very disgusting.

Big day today for Nance the fanatic abortionist. She got Holy Communion at the Papal Mass. That’s after she countenanced the violent protests of the overturning of Roe v Wade, which included an assassination attempt on one of the Justices of the Supreme Court. Rewarded, honored, publicly. Where’s Canon 915?

By the way and just to say, politicians have always been put in a special section for diplomats and politicians right up front close to the altar at Papal Masses, but that section is special in the sense that no one in that section is ever to be administered Holy Communion. Maybe that rule’s been tossed. Did they go way of their way to make sure that she received Holy Communion? Was that a mistake?

Whatever the case, if I knew before who’s who, and there was a Nancy Pelosi or Joey Biden or John Kerry, I would not administer Holy Communion to any public sinner, “notorious,” as Canon Law says. To do that would only be confirming them on their trip to hell, eating and drinking their own condemnation, as Saint Paul says.

So, this is Pope Francis’ version of the New Mass is it? This is the lens through which I will be reading his new encyclical Desiderio desideravi. Some people like how nice they perceive it to be. I’m only half way through, and my perception is that everything is wrong, including every “and” and “the.” How very disgusting. More on that later, but it’s all-a-piece with Nancy the super-abortionist getting Holy Communion.


Filed under Pope Francis, Pro-Life

15 responses to “Papal Mass today: Pelosi scores Holy Communion: sacrilege. How very disgusting.

  1. nancyv

    The picture I saw of her showed how attentive others were: Look at that! Focus on Nancy! If she were doing this to snub the Lionhearted or if anyone else participated for this reason, they have flat out decided they prefer hell. With much disgust and rancor for their actions, I continue to pray for them.

  2. Gina Nakagawa

    I think he is a deserved punishment on us for our sins of omission, for our spiritual laziness and for our worship of the false gods that are politicians.

  3. sanfelipe007

    I’m watching the report on the John-Henry channel, right now. My first reaction was “I hope she went to confession first.” If she did, then I can imagine that she “shopped” for a sympathetic confessor.,
    Be that, as it may, I hesitated to be among those who were scandalized by Jesus’ handling of the adulterous woman – until I remembered that Jesus publicly stated “Go forth and sin no more.” Until the Holy Father, likewise, states this publicly, I can be counted among the scandalized.

    • Father George David Byers

      Her public sin must be publicly repented. If she did this with the Pope and then went to any confessor, then she would be welcome to go. But there’s an obligation to make this public first, especially in this circumstance.

      • sanfelipe007

        “Her public sin must be publicly repented.”

        Exactly! Thank you, the words escaped me.

  4. Joisy Goil

    Hmmmm… looks like the smoke in the temple has become a towering inferno. I never thought I would feel like avoiding mass. But now I feel very unsure in church… it’s not germs, unless you mean the two legged type. It’s the insult given to God Almighty.
    It begins with the talking before mass, the banging and dropping of toys and crackling of snack bags during mass, the shrill singing (?) that literally makes some of the congregation cover their ears. I could go on.

  5. I thought her bishop forbade Mz Pelosi from receiving Holy Communion? Is she disobeying her Bishop, or is the Pope putting his Bishops in their place?

    • Father George David Byers

      It looks like sacrilege all around.

      • Paul Stephen Van Bellinghen

        St. Paul explains in 1 Corinthians that “whoever…eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be guilty of profaning the body and blood of the Lord. Let a man examine himself, and so eat of the bread and drink of the cup. For any one who eats and drinks without discerning the body eats and drinks judgment upon himself.”

  6. sanfelipe007

    Shame on me. I forgot to share this on facebook.

  7. jane

    ditto to all the above

  8. Jura Ashley

    DISGUSTING! I can’t express the sadness I feel.

  9. sanfelipe007

    I know that the pope likes to describe the Eucharist as a “medicine,” but the medicine needed is Confession. You can’t use the Eucharist to do and end-run around Confession.

    • Aussie Mum

      Very true, 007, and presenting the Blessed Eucharist rather than Confession as “medicine” has been an insidious poison working its way through the Church here in Australia for a long time with disastrous effects.

  10. I think by letting her receive communion at this mass, the pope is doing a power ploy against the bishops and against anyone who would contradict what he says – showing them ‘he’s the boss’. Unfortunately, the pope seems to have conveniently forgotten who the real Boss is – God – and God will NOT be mocked.

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