Pelosi Forced to Flee Rome Church as Protesters Mob 'Demonic' Speaker
Italian Christians infuriated by pro-abortion Nancy Pelosi's visit
Nancy Pelosi was forced to flee a church in Rome during her Italy visit over the weekend as protesters gathered outside and heckled the "demonic" Democrat House speaker, according to reports.
Pelosi was scheduled to give a reading during a Catholic mass in Rome on Saturday but was forced to leave early after being mobbed by furious Italians.
Angry Christian protesters had gathered outside St Patrick’s Catholic American Parish, in Rome, during Pelosi's visit, which officials claimed had created a "security incident."
Epoch Times reporter Bee A. Dail posted a video clip of a priest making an announcement from the alter regarding Pelosi's sudden departure.
He noted that there was a “commotion” that resulted in Pelosi leaving earlier than anticipated.
“ROME—@SpeakerPelosi reportedly heckled at St Patrick’s Catholic American Parish, in Rome, causing her to abruptly leave the Mass she was attending," Dali posted.
"Paulist Fr. Steven Petroff, rector of St. Patrick’s, addresses the alleged 'security incident', causing the Speaker to leave,” the post adds.
ROME—@SpeakerPelosi reportedly heckled at St Patrick’s Catholic American Parish, in Rome, causing her to abruptly leave the Mass she was attending.— Bree A Dail (@breeadail) October 9, 2021
Paulist Fr. Steven Petroff, rector of St. Patrick's, addresses the alleged “security incident”, causing the Speaker to leave. pic.twitter.com/IxBlfiBAMp
"You probably heard or saw the commotion," the priest says.
"Unfortunately, uh, there was, I guess a security issue, and sadly Speaker Pelosi and her husband had to leave.
"She was going to do our second reading today.
"But, um, of course, her safety is the most important.
"Uh, but I think she would have, I hope she would have liked this homily.
"Cuz, as I said, I was reading some of what she said yesterday.
"She’s here as part of the uh, preparation for the uh, gathering in Glasgow about climate change.
"She reiterated what some of the Italian politicians have said about the importance of listening, especially listening to young people…”
The security incident came after Pelosi met with Pope Francis earlier in the day.
“It was a spiritual, personal, and official honor to have an audience with His Holiness Pope Francis this morning,” Pelosi said on Twitter.
It was a spiritual, personal and official honor to have an audience with His Holiness Pope Francis this morning. pic.twitter.com/nrWYyApnMQ— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) October 9, 2021
Pelosi was in Rome to meet the Pope in a prelude to a U.N. meeting on “climate change” in Glasgow, Scotland next month.
Pope Francis met privately at the Vatican on Oct. 9 with Pelosi, according to the Catholic News Service.
The Vatican released photos of Pelosi’s meeting with the pope but provided no details of the encounter, which took place before Pope Francis addressed the Pre-COP26 Parliamentary Meeting.
As Neon Nettle previously reported, because Pelosi supports legalized abortion, her archbishop, Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone of San Francisco, asked “all Catholics and others of goodwill” to join a prayer and fasting campaign to save Pelosi’s soul.
“A conversion of heart of the majority of our congressional representatives is needed on this issue, beginning with the leader of the House, Speaker Nancy Pelosi,” Archbishop Cordileone said in a statement on Sept. 29.
In her keynote address to fellow legislators from around the world meeting in Rome on Oct. 8, Pelosi said world governments must take bold action in their own countries and when they meet for COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, in November.
“It would be a dereliction of duty for us not to go into the future in a green way and (one) that responds to the urgency of the climate crisis,” she said.
"It’s all about the children.
“We will leave them a world where they can be healthy, where they can thrive and reach their fulfillment.”
In his speech to the parliamentarians on Oct. 9, Pope Francis spoke of the “important, and indeed, crucial” role of governments in slowing climate change and restoring a healthy environment…