Nancy Pelosi, the first Italian-American Speaker of the House was in Rome to give the keynote address at the opening session of the G20 Parliamentary Speakers’ Summit. She also met with the Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi. The day before her audience with the pope, the 81-year-old discussed the environment, migration, and human rights during a visit to the Vatican. The Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development announced the visit on Oct. 8 in a post on its Twitter account. Pelosi was accompanied to the Vatican on Friday by Patrick Connell, the chargé d’affaires of the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See.
If you think that Pope Francis is against abortion, you are deluded to a degree that is both appalling and pathetic. Pope Francis warmly welcomed abortionist Nancy Pelosi at the Vatican earlier today, greeting her with the Masonic handshake as the two exchanged knowing glances. Nancy Pelosi is the most-powerful woman in America, and willing co-conspirator with the Jesuit papal monarch. Who cares about a little thing like the murder of tens of millions of babies when you have much bigger fish to fry? Not these two.
“And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration.”Revelation 17:5,6
Pope Francis is having himself one Hell of a week, what with assembling the heads of all the world’s religions to prepare for their upcoming presentation of Chrislam and Gaia for the UN COP26 Climate Conference on Halloween night. For an old guy, he sure gets a lot done, his John 8:44 father must be so very proud of him. The next time you hear Pope Francis talking about the ‘evils of abortion’, go laugh right in his face, because he sure is laughing at you.
Pope Francis and Nancy Pelosi meet at the Vatican
FROM THE CATHOLIC NEWS AGENCY: Nancy Pelosi, the first Italian-American Speaker of the House was in Rome to give the keynote address at the opening session of the G20 Parliamentary Speakers’ Summit. She also met with the Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
The day before her audience with the pope, the 81-year-old Nancy Pelosi discussed the environment, migration, and human rights during a visit to the Vatican. The Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development announced the visit on Oct. 8 in a post on its Twitter account.
We welcome @SpeakerPelosi from the US House of Representatives.We talked about caring for the environment, in the light of #Laudatosi ,migration issues,human rights, health in times of pandemic, and the work of the #VaticanCovidCommission for #foodforall #jobforall #healthforall pic.twitter.com/OVHOofECF9— Integral Human Dev (@VaticanIHD) October 8, 2021
Pelosi was accompanied to the Vatican on Friday by Patrick Connell, the chargé d’affaires of the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See. On the same day, the White House announced that former U.S. senator Joe Donnelly of Indiana is President Joe Biden’s nominee for U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See. Nancy Pelosi, a Catholic mother of five, has clashed repeatedly with the archbishop of her home diocese over her support for abortion. READ MORE
In May, Pelosi said that she was “pleased” with a Vatican letter to the U.S. bishops which addressed Communion for pro-abortion politicians. She claimed that the Vatican had instructed the bishops not to be “divisive” on the issue.
In response, Cordileone said the Vatican was in fact promoting “dialogue” between bishops and pro-abortion politicians, “to help them understand the grave evil they are helping to perpetrate and accompany them to a change of heart.”
“Speaker Pelosi’s positive reaction” to the letter, he noted, “raises hope that progress can be made in this most serious matter.”
“Let me repeat: no one can claim to be a devout Catholic and condone the killing of innocent human life, let alone have the government pay for it,” he said.
Pelosi had a 15-minute audience with Benedict XVI in 2009.
The Vatican said that the German pope “took the opportunity to speak of the requirements of the natural moral law and the Church’s consistent teaching on the dignity of human life from conception to natural death.”
Pope Francis is expected to receive Joe Biden on Oct. 29, in the U.S. president’s first official visit to the Vatican since his inauguration, according to sources at the Apostolic Palace.
Joe Biden, the second Catholic president in U.S. history, is due to attend the G20 summit in Rome on Oct. 30–31.
In a statement after the papal audience, Pelosi described the meeting as a “spiritual, personal and official honor.”
She said: “His Holiness’ leadership is a source of joy and hope for Catholics and for all people, challenging each of us to be good stewards of God’s creation, to act on climate, to embrace the refugee, the immigrant and the poor, and to recognize the dignity and divinity in everyone.”
“His Holiness’ encyclical Laudato si’ is a powerful challenge to the global community to act decisively on the climate crisis with special attention to the most vulnerable communities. I expressed the gratitude of those working on climate action in the Congress for the immense moral clarity and urgency that His Holiness continues to bring to the climate crisis, and how we continue to cherish his address to the Joint Session of Congress in 2015.”
She continued: “His Holiness commands our attention to honor the Gospel of Matthew by serving ‘the least of these,’ lifting up those who have been left out or left behind, especially in the time of COVID.”
“In San Francisco, we take special pride in Pope Francis, who shares the namesake of our city and whose song of St. Francis is our anthem. ‘Lord, make me a channel of thy peace. Where there is darkness, may we bring light. Where there is hatred, may we bring love. Where there is despair, may we bring hope.’”