Nancy Pelosi Rejects Archbishop's Call to Repent for Supporting Abortion: "His Problem, Not Mine"

Micaiah Bilger

Abortion activist Nancy Pelosi claimed she is "pro-life" because she cares about born children during an event Thursday at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. She also rejected her Archbishop's call to repent for supporting abortion.

A former U.S. House Speaker, Pelosi professes to be a devout Catholic but advocates for many policies that contradict Christian teachings, including abortion on demand.

Speaking at an event hosted by the univesity Center on Faith and Justice, the Democrat leader insisted that she both cares about children and supports killing them before they are born, the Independent Journal Review reports.

"I think I'm pro-life because I care about children and the rest," she said.

The California congresswoman went on to criticize her bishop, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, for denying her communion because of her radical pro-abortion views. In 2021, Cordileone said Pelosi was championing pro-abortion legislation that amounts to "child sacrifice" -- what "one would expect from a devout Satanist, not a devout Catholic" - and refused to repent of her sin.

"I have a problem with my archbishop, well the archbishop of the city I represent," Pelosi said Thursday. "But I figure that's his problem, not mine."

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