According to the teachings of the Church, she has excommunicated herself by her persistantly evil behavior.
But that isn’t enough, because this causes a public scandal and leads many other Catholics into sin.
Yes, the two bishops in question should both deny her communion. And they should decide which of their two dioceses she belongs to, and that bishop should excommunicate her for public scandal.
This has gone on far too long. Not only do these bishops owe it to their flocks, and to Catholics everywhere, but they owe it to Pelosi—because she is presumably in a state of mortal sin and it is no kindness to her to permit her to delude herself any longer that she is not.
Fine Nancy... Enjoy your time now.
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I don’t understand how “Catholics” who have publicly excommunicated themselves through their words and deeds can receive Communion; it is scandalous, and could only be administered by a priest who does not believe the Host is the Body of Christ.