Someone ought to remind Nancy that, whatever the truth about Global Warming, it is awfully hot in Hell. ~Steven W. Mosher, Population Research Institute (PRI).
That line was taken from a very good commentary by one of my favorite pro-life heroes, Steven W. Mosher. In it he describes the meeting between the pope and Nancy Pelosi. Nancy requested the meeting and the Pope agreed but wanted no photographers or reporters. This wasn’t going to be some photo-op that she could spin to make it seem like “Hey I am hanging out with the Pope! I’m a great Catholic!”
According to the PRI article by Mosher he asserts that the Pope actually leaked the conversation they would be having prior to the meeting as to not give Pelosi the opportunity to claim one thing was talked about when it was actually another. “As the Vatican Press Office described the meeting, “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 which enjoins all Catholics, and especially legislators, jurists and those responsible for the common good of society, to work in cooperation with all men and women of good will in creating a just system of laws capable of protecting human life at all stages of its development.”
As you can see in this conversation, the Pope “strongly rebuked” her for her support of abortion. Personally, I would’ve been more happy to see her forbidden from taking communion at all. But at least she got a serious chatisment for lying about the Catholic stance on abortion and that needs to be applauded.
Now I am not Catholic so I don’t know how it works in their religion but I know in mine, when I broke the chastity law, I was forbidden from taking sacrament for three months, I could not give talks, lead prayers and I had to report to the Bishop or one of the bishopric about my progress every week. I tell you this not because I am angered by my church’s treatment of me-to the contrary I am thankful that they held me accountable and that I was treated fairly and justly but also with mercy. All these things were part of the repentance process, Nancy and the rest of her ilk need to be called to repentance and need to be held accountable for their actions and that means they shouldn’t be allowed communion.
Doctrine is not up for debate, if you don’t like the doctrine-go find another church. You do not get to change the doctrines, tenets and the foundation upon which the church was built. I find it appalling that so many Christians, in general, will simply dismiss the things they don’t agree with and try to impose their own warped values onto the Church of Christ. Whether you are Mormon, Catholic, Baptist, Protestant, Christ is our leader and we are to follow his teachings-NOT YOURS!!! You want to be a god, become Mormon, follow the rules, do the ordinances and in due time you will get there, otherwise since you are not God now you don’t get to decide what His Laws are! (And oh one more thing, even if you do become a god like Elohim-you still don’t get to decide what His Laws are!)
It is time that true Catholics reclaim their religion from the liars. It is time that everyone that serves Christ stand against those who attempt to corrupt his Word. It is time to guard ourselves with the armor of Christ and valiantly spread his Gospel across the globe! Last of all, it is time for Nancy to repent and if she refuses then she is to be regarded as an enemy of the Lord and treated accordingly. May Christ change her heart, he is the only one who can.