Lookit people, there's two things going on here.
Pelosi was elected by a constituency that thinks it's okay to murder babies.
Pelosi has chosen to be a member of a church that says it's not okay to murder babies.
Pelosi has the freedom to support either position.
The people that elect her have the freedom to support her based on her positions.
The Church has the freedom to say "Nancy, you voted to kill more babies. We can't grant you communion or penance for that sin until you've repented from that sin. Nor do we consider you a member of our congregation until such repentance has been shown. Please leave."
That last part is the one that gives the people that want the babies murdered so much trouble. They've no qualms against babbling incessanly and insanely about a woman's "body", a woman's "choice", even though it's the baby's body being murdered, and the baby's got no choice....but let a little church impose some rules and expect the people who want to be in that church to conform, and suddenly these people are all over the place screaming about "separation of church and state" and other things they can't understand.
The state can't impose on the church. The "wall of separation" is clearly a one-way mirror, because the church has the freedom to tell it's miscreants to behave, no matter who they are.
The church should publicly ex-communicate all pro-abortion politicians (and priests and nuns).
If Nancy can't obey the orders of the Catholic church, she's not a catholic. That's not hard to understand, is it?
I mean, let's put it a different way. Say Nancy joined a soccer team. But she insisted on catching the ball with her hands and throwing it, but she's not the goalie. How many of you people complaining about the church would demand she be kept on that soccer team? Hmmmm?