Another Catholic Bishop, Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, Bans Nancy Pelosi From Communion Until She “Stops Advocating the Murder of Children”

Another Catholic bishop has banned pro-abortion Speaker Nancy Pelosi from receiving communion in his diocese. Bishop Joseph Strickland of Texas has banned Nancy Pelosi from receiving communion “until she repents and stops advocating the murder of children.”

“Pray for her heart to be turned to God & away from the power of this world,” the bishop added.

The bishop of Tyler, Texas said Pelosi also is barred from Communion in his diocese.

“The concern for Mrs Pelosi’s eternal salvation extends to the Diocese of Tyler. She is barred from Communion here until she repents & stops advocating the murder of children. Pray for her heart to be turned to God & away from the power of this world,” the bishop said in his Wednesday tweet.

Yesterday, Pelosi lashed out at her archbishop Tuesday for denying her communion because of her pro-abortion actions, saying the Catholic leader should not “foist” his views onto others.

Pelosi professes to be a devout Catholic and frequently brings up her faith while pushing her political agenda, but she supports the killing of unborn babies in abortions up to birth and wants to force taxpayers to pay for their deaths.

Last week, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone notified Pelosi that she may not receive communion unless she repents of her radical pro-abortion actions. On Sunday, she defied his decision and received communion at a Catholic church in Washington.

“After numerous attempts to speak with her to help her understand the grave evil she is perpetrating, the scandal she is causing, and the danger to her own soul she is risking, I have determined that the point has come in which I must make a public declaration that she is not to be admitted to Holy Communion unless and until she publicly repudiate her support for abortion ‘rights’ and confess and receive absolution for her cooperation in this evil in the sacrament of Penance,” the archbishop said Friday.

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