t was at that home that her husband, Paul, was attacked several months ago, apparently by an intruder, in an incident for which many questions remain.
But she reported went outside her local parish for help, as she remains in conflict with her chosen church, the Catholic church, over her denial of its teachings on life, and her repudiation of its profile stance.
In fact, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco, where her home is located, banned the Democrat from receiving Holy Communion in May, “until such time as you publically repudiate your advocacy for the legitimacy of abortion,” he wrote.
The confirmation of the “exorcism” came from Pelosi’s daughter, Alexandra, who said in an interview with a New York Times writer that, “I think that weighed really heavy on her soul. I think she felt really guilty.”
She continued, “I think that really broke her. Over Thanksgiving, she had priests coming, trying to have an exorcism of the house and having prayer services.”
The local parish pastor, Father Arturo Albano of St. Vincent de Paul Church, said his staff was not involved.
The trigger for Pelosi’s actions apparently was a mysterious hammer attack on her husband a few months ago.
WND reported that evidence revealed Paul Pelosi had opened the door for police responding to a call for help, then went back into his house where he was, at that time, bludgeoned with a hammer.
Then NBC reports confirming that sequences were withdrawn for not being up to “standards.” However, further explanations have not been released.
The network report, by national correspondent Miguel Almaguer, said on Nov. 4 that it was Paul Pelosi, apparently calm, who “never let on to responding officers that he was in distress just seconds before he walked back into his house where an intruder bludgeoned him with a hammer.”
Almaguer reported for the “Today” show that police didn’t know they were responding to the Pelosi residence at the time, and Pelosi himself opened the door for them.
But he didn’t attempt to escape or declare an emergency, and “even walked away from law enforcement and toward his eventual attacker,” all of which raises a lot of questions.