Thanks for the ping (and the other pings).
“I don’t think it can be emphasized enough how big an effect it will have if pro-abortion Catholic politicians are denied Communion.”
I agree. These politicians publicly claim to be Catholics then misrepresent what the Catholic Church teaches.
It is worth noting that the candidate who wins the majority of Catholic voters has won nearly every election since JFK in 1960, the ONLY exceptions have been 1968 (pre-Roe v. Wade), 2000 and POSSIBLY 1988.
IF Catholics actually start to see that there are consequences for pro-abortion politicians, many will reconsider who they vote for. IF Catholic voters begin to vote consistently pro-life, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Massachusetts and probably New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland will go into the GOP column.