Wuerl: Why I Won't Deny Pelosi Communion
I post this link without comment. Feel free, however, to form your own opinions on the basis thereof.
NOTE: If you wish to express a view in disagreement with Archbishop Wuerl, that is fine; but just remember that intemperate words about our Bishops - individually or collectively - are not tolerated here.
UPDATE (7 May)
Canon lawyer Ed Peters: "A response to Abp. Wuerl's claims that canon law supports his inaction in regard to Nancy Pelosi".
Previous Pro Ecclesia posts on this subject:
Why Archbishop Wuerl Can No Longer Punt on Pro-Abort Politicos
Response of Archdiocese of Washington to Pro-Abort Senators Receiving Communion
Deal Hudson Asks: "Will Archbishop Wuerl Follow Cardinal Egan?"
CBS: Cardinal Egan "Rips" Giuliani For Taking Communion [UPDATED]
Novak Criticizes Cardinals for "Disobedience" in Giving Pro-Abort Catholics "a Pass" During Papal Visit
"Wafer Wars, Wedge Issues and the Pope’s Visit" [UPDATED]
Pro-Abort Catholic Politicians to Receive Communion at Papal Mass [UPDATED]
Archbishop Burke Preaches Tough Communion Rule
More on Archbishop Burke's Article on Canon 915 (Regarding Communion and Pro-Abort Politicos)
Archbishop Burke on Bad Catholics in Political Life
Archbishop Wuerl's Stand on Lawmakers Who Back Abortion Angers Some Conservative Catholics
Abortion and the New Archbishop - A Shot Across the Bow
Wuerl to be Installed Today - Mass in Washington, D.C., Will Mark His Debut as Archbishop
McCarrick's Successor Seen as Loyal, Diplomatic, "a Vote for Continuity"; Not Denying Communion has "Served Us Well" (15 links)
Pope Names Wuerl New Archbishop of Washington, DC
Bishop Wuerl's Name Surfaces for D.C.
The Final Word on Pro-Abort Pols and Communion?
Bishop Wuerl: Bishops Should Consult One Another Before Speaking On National Issues Like Kerry And Communion