Not surprisingly ex-Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has stated that gay “marriage” is consistent with Church teaching.
No, it’s not. The concept of marriage implies the couple is having sex or is supposed to and of course the Church teaches homosexual acts are “intrinsically disordered” (CCC 2357). Saint Paul spoke of men who “gave up natural relations with females and burned with lust for one another” (cf. Romans 1:27). You can’t be a good Catholic and support gay “marriage” or celebrate laws that defend it. On another note you don’t have to have sex with somebody to love them; so opposing gay “marriage” isn’t about opposing love. It’s about opposing sexually charged relations that aren’t procreative.
There’s an album of images of Catholic heresiarchs Nancy Pelosi and Andrew Cuomo proudly marching in a Gay Pride Parade.
Then there’s the video of Nancy Pelosi calling life “sacred ground” while advocating for abortion. If abortion is sacred ground as you say then you should defend it. It’s inconsistent to call life sacred and push for legislation that takes life away.
Understandably this has led to the ire of Catholics who are flabbergasted that the bishops at large have been either irresponsive or weak in response to Pelosi claiming to speak for the Catholic Church while simultaneously pushing for agendas that go flat out against Church doctrine.
His Eminence Cardinal Leo Burke has stated that Pelosi and other like minded Catholics can be denied Holy Communion since canon law clearly teaches anybody in a state of grave manifest sin, has been excommunicated or interdicted may not receive Holy Communion until they have confessed their sins and have made a firm purpose of amendment (rf. Canon 915).
Let’s just hope for her conversion. We shouldn’t rejoice at people not being able to receive Holy Communion; we should hope for their conversion so that they to may worthily receive the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament.