The Speaker says it was a "conversation". She mentions only what she thought was important enough to reveal.
The Holy See mentions in its release what the POPE thought most important to reveal.
The mismatch between the two statements of what was talked about in this conversation suggests to me that she was either unmoved by the content of what the Pope said to her, or embarrassed.
The Pope stressed life. The Speaker stressed… well.. not life.
And another thing…
A spokesman for Archbp. Niederauer of San Francisco said on 13 Feb:
“While she initially accepted the archbishop’s invitation to a pastoral meeting, she has not been able to arrange such a meeting on her schedule, despite our putting forward several available dates,” …
But then I read elsewhere that the two had the meeting, according to a House aide, though it was not publicly noted at the time.
Something is wrong.
If the Archbishop and the Speaker did in fact have a meeting, and if after this meeting and then the meeting with the Holy Father she does not change her position and actions concerning these life issues, I cannot see any way around the necessity for bishops, according to c. 915, to deny Speaker Pelosi reception of Holy Communion.