Pelosi Pays The Price For Lying About “Exorcism” At Her Home
Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D‑Calif.) made headlines over the weekend after her daughter reportedly told The New York Times her mom brought priests to the family home to try to “have an exorcism.”
The purported religious rite was attempted after the former House speaker’s husband, Paul Pelosi, was assaulted with a hammer last October inside their San Francisco home.
The event, which made international headlines and left 82-year-old Paul Pelosi with serious injuries, left Nancy Pelosi feeling deep guilt, according to her daughter, Alexandra Pelosi.
“I think that weighed really heavy on her soul. I think she felt really guilty. I think that really broke her,” Alexandra Pelosi said. “Over Thanksgiving, she had priests coming, trying to have an exorcism of the house and having prayer services.”
It will reportedly be months before Paul Pelosi returns to normal.
The reported exorcism occurred over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, weeks after David DePape allegedly committed the assault inside the family home.
The claim about exorcism is undoubtedly noteworthy, though media outlets reported there is some confusion about which priests might have performed the rite. Fr. Arturo Albano of Pelosi’s local parish, St. Vincent de Paul Church, said he and his staff were not involved, according to The New York Post.
“As far as I know, no exorcism or priest services were performed at her home,” he said.
It could be possible, though, Nancy Pelosi sought priests from outside San Francisco, looking elsewhere in light of her problems with San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, who banned her last year from receiving communion.
Cordileone announced in May Nancy Pelosi’s abortion views had become so concerning he would no longer permit her to partake in communion.
“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 repudiates her support for abortion ‘rights’ and confesses and receives absolution for her cooperation in this evil in the sacrament of Penance,” Cordileone wrote in a letter on the matter…CONTINUE READING»>