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Pelosi Thought She 'Might Want to Be a Priest,' Because There’s 'More Power There'

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While her mother wanted her to be a nun, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), would rather have been a priest because priests have more power, House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) once said in an interview.

In a Jan. 24, 2003 interview with the National Catholic Reporter, then-Minority Leader Pelosi recalled the allure of being a priest:

“When I was little my mother always wanted me to be a nun. I didn’t think I wanted to be a nun, but I thought I might want to be a priest because there seemed to be a little more power there, a little more discretion over what was going on in the parish.”

Abortion was another issue where Rep. Pelosi disagreed with her Catholic mother:

“I come myself from a family that does not share my views on choice.”

“I think there are occasions where

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