Pelosi: the fallacy of Catholics ‘personally opposed’

Inveterate anti-Catholics, abortion-first feminists and activists who want the Catholic Church to stop being Catholic are railing against Abp. Cordileone’s decision to bar Speaker Pelosi from Holy Communion. Yet the archbishop’s bracing stand for principle is a plus not only for the Church but for all Americans regardless of belief. This is so for three reasons.
 

 

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