Pelosi — “This bill is about health care and not about abortion,” Pelosi said. “There will be no further changes in the bill.”
There are instances when a Catholic’s unworthiness to receive Holy Communion will be determined by the Church because of his or her public conduct, which may be in opposition to the moral law as taught by the Church. In these cases, the Church forbids members to receive the sacrament. 915 in the Code of Canon Law states:
Those who have been … obstinately persevering in
manifest grave sin are not to be admitted to holy communion.
In recent years, the Holy See has declared that those who are unworthy to receive Holy Communion if they are “obstinately persevering in manifest grave sin” include persons directly involved in lawmaking bodies. These have a grave and clear obligation to oppose any law that attacks human life.
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