Catholics are responding in a variety of ways to Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone’s decision not to admit Nancy Pelosi to Communion, from viewing it as a compassionate act to the “waging [of] a culture war.” Cordileone notified the Speaker of the House of his decision May 19, and released letters to the priests and the laity of the Archdiocese of San Francisco explaining the act May 20.

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