Bishop Joseph V. Brennan of Fresno, California. (photo: Diocese of Fresno / YouTube)
Pelosi, a prominent San Francisco Democrat, has persistently invoked her Catholic faith as a motivation for her abortion stand.
By Kevin J. Jones, CNA,
FRESNO, Calif. — Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone of San Francisco was right to ask House Speaker Nancy Pelosi not to receive Holy Communion because of her abortion stand, Bishop Joseph V. Brennan of Fresno, California, has said.
In a June 6 letter addressed to clergy, seminarians, and Catholic faithful of his central California diocese, Bishop Brennan cited the need to show true concern for Pelosi’s soul and for unborn children and the need to protect Holy Communion. …