Banned from receiving communion in San Francisco, Pelosi takes communion in Washington and criticizes Church


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The Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Democrat Nancy Pelosi, shared in a church in the American capital, Washington, two days after the Archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore Cordileone, forbade her to receive the Eucharist in the archdiocese because he supports abortion.

According to information from the Politico website, Pelosi went to a mass on Sunday morning (19) at Holy Trinity Church in Georgetown, Washington, and was seen receiving communion.

Pelosi has also been directly critical of Cordileone, claiming the archbishop is “vehemently against LGBTQ rights” and that his decision would pose “a great danger to the lives of many Americans.”

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