Pelosi, Revisited

28 Jun


(This is a slightly edited version of my blog which appeared in 2014.)

(In 2014, I wrote), Nancy Pelosi has done it again. She’s ignored the constitutional right to free speech when she wrote San Francisco’s Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone “that he should not attend” the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) June 19 march in Washington D.C.  (Information from

The NOM is dedicated to promoting and defending the scriptural and, therefore, Christian view of marriage as being between one man and one woman.

Pelosi (who claims to be Catholic), noting that there would probably be vicious signs and calls directed toward gays, called the event “venom masquerading as virtue.”

There you have it!

Citizens, who are committed Christians, do not have the right to address any social or legislative issue, but their opponents do? Where is Pelosi when anti-life protesters picket pro-life events and speakers?

She has a double standard that surely does not square with the Church she claims as her own, nor with the Constitution of the United States.

But maybe that’s her problem—claiming the Church as her own rather than that of the Lord Jesus Christ who stands for life and truth.

Maybe Pelosi needs to revisit the Scripture: “What you bind on earth is bound in heaven” (Mt 18:18).

And, if she is all that Catholic, she may want to revisit the “Catechism of the Catholic Church”—or maybe pick it up for the first time.





3 Responses to “Pelosi, Revisited”

  1. Maggie Ramshaw June 28, 2017 at 6:09 pm #

    And you missed an important point that our spiritual leaders, specifically our pastors have an obligation to the Lord to preach His one and only Catholic truth so that we don’t have CINOs like her, or filling the church and practicing error.

    Woe to those that have been ordained to preach and teach the truth plainly, clearly and strongly who won’t because they do not want to be persecuted or have more regard for themselves than the Lord.

    They have a higher commission with ordained hands…and therefore, a larger responsibility.

    The truth is hard, but it’s not complicated.

    Blessings, Maggie

    Please forgive any typos. Sent from my iPhone.


    • Henry Libersat June 28, 2017 at 6:13 pm #

      Thanks, Maggie. You are always a supporter of truth.

  2. Jeanne A Diener Stark August 9, 2018 at 2:10 pm #

    Quit complaining. There needs to be
    Dialogue out there. Let’s pray for it.
    We need a dialogue with one of the few women senators. What can we agree one as a cause of action?!

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