Does the Church have a Nathan to Stand Up to the Ruling Class?

Pelosi abortion sacred ground
Nancy Pelosi on Trent Frank’s Pain Capable Unborn Child Act. 6-13-13

Crazy Nancy Pelosi has been at it again.  Her latest abominations are  designating abortion and infanticide decisions as sacred ground, and citing her Catholic faith to justify her support of these genocidal practices.  (Watch video HERE.)

The first reading from the Bible at Sunday Mass was 2 Samuel 12:7-10, 13 in which the prophet, Nathan, got in King David’s face about his sinful ingratitude for God’s blessings on him.  David had arranged for the death of one of his generals, Uriah, so that he could take the man’s wife, Bathsheba.

This got your friendly Pharmer thinking about the tremendous vacuum in the leadership of the church regarding the horrid moral performance of our current ruling class.  Nathan was surely risking his head when he addressed King David in this manner”  “Why have you despised the word of the LORD, to do what is evil in his sight? You have smitten Uri’ah the Hittite with the sword, and have taken his wife to be your wife, and have slain him with the sword of the Ammonites.”

Nathan admonishes King David

Is there a Nathan among the church leadership  who is willing  to get up in Pelosi’s face concerning her latest statement about her sacrament of abortion, and using her supposed Catholic background to justify it?  We know that the strong arm of the IRS, with a projected  force of 16,000 new employees, and its AR-15  training program, is daunting.

We do have some courageous pastors, of various denominations, who have directly addressed the transgressions of Nancy Pelosi and  our government, but among the bulk of  Church leadership, the silence has been deafening.

Update:   Fr. Frank Pavone has sent Pelosi a letter  castigating her for referencing her so-called Catholic faith while defending late term abortion  (which, as practiced in the U.S., includes infanticide).

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