Saturday, 5 December 2015

Vatican Radio employes Anglican "warden" -- interviews advocate for women priests!

In more insanity emanating from the Peronist Papacy, Vatican Radio employs a public announcer/interviewer Phillipa Hitchen, a "warden" at the Anglican parish in Rome of  All Saints.  Barona at Toronto Catholic Witness has the full story.

She interviews a "priestess" from her own heretical "church" featured at the right.

Had enough yet?

Well, here is a quote from her interview with the Director of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference Office for the Participation of Women:

While, for now, the door might be closed on the issue of the ordination of women, Pope Francis has certainly opened many windows to the aggiornamento or 'bringing up to date' of our thinking around the role of women in decision-making and leadership in our Church.
 My dream is for a Church that is a genuine sign of the Reign of God on Earth. I want to be a member of a community of faith that exemplifies in its practices and structures the Gospel values that I hold dear – values such as unconditional love, social justice, inclusivity, diversity, equality, forgiveness and hope. I want a Church that I can point to and say, 'That is where I learnt to be who I am".


Bishops and Cardinals, the time has come to challenge the insanity of this Peronist Papacy and the malefactors that are destroying the Faith.

How dare you stand by and do nothing. 

5 comments:

Ivan said...

Is Ordinatio Sacerdotalis incomprehensible to some people? The "door" is not closed "for now" because it cannot be opened.

"Wherefore, in order that all doubt may be removed regarding a matter of great importance, a matter which pertains to the Church's divine constitution itself, in virtue of my ministry of confirming the brethren (cf. Lk 22:32) I declare that the Church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women and that this judgment is to be definitively held by all the Church's faithful."

From the Responsum ad propositum dubium
Dubium: Whether the teaching that the Church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women, which is presented in the Apostolic Letter Ordinatio Sacerdotalis to be held definitively, is to be understood as belonging to the deposit of faith.

Responsum: Affirmative.

This teaching requires definitive assent, since, founded on the written Word of God, and from the beginning constantly preserved and applied in the Tradition of the Church, it has been set forth infallibly by the ordinary and universal Magisterium (cf. Second Vatican Council, Dogmatic Constitution on the Church Lumen Gentium 25, 2). Thus, in the present circumstances, the Roman Pontiff, exercising his proper office of confirming the brethren (cf. Lk 22:32), has handed on this same teaching by a formal declaration, explicitly stating what is to be held always, everywhere, and by all, as belonging to the deposit of the faith.

Ana Milan said...

Pope Francis is throwing away the Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven amidst cheers from his supporters and deathly silence of those prelates on whom we had invested our trust. God's anger will be upon us all very soon. Our lady said there would come a time she could no longer hold up His arm - maybe that time has now come.

Anonymous said...

From Humani Generis (Pius XII)

"It is true that Popes generally leave theologians free in those matters which are disputed in various ways by men of very high authority in this field; but history teaches that many matters that formerly were open to discussion, no longer now admit of discussion."

Can I say that again?

-- MANY MATTERS THAT WERE FORMERLY OPEN TO DISCUSSION, NO LONGER NOW ADMIT OF DISCUSSION


Therein, the efficaciousness of Ordinatio Sacerdotalis. The matter of female ordination is CLOSED.

Dorota said...

Strategic placement of such persons throughout the Church, their inclusion into Church functions and Church internal discussions, all serve the purpose of unity through gradualism. People orchestrating this have think tanks full of well-paid experts in social engineering. They actually pour vast resources of money into this area.

We are talking about it now, so that it would get firmly embedded in our (and especially our children's) consciousness. We are trained not to be shocked. That which should firmly be rejected is increasingly debated and put in practice.

It was the same with the sodomites. The supposed discrimination and persecution of homosexuals was used to numb society to the evils of sodomy, and now sodomy is taught to our children as cause for celebration of enriching diversity. Sodomites sentence those of us, who reject the idea of giving them children to raise or of participating in their "wedding" celebrations to re-education camps, which they call diversity training.

Soon those of us who reject the idea of women as priests will be labelled women haters. We already are, even as women.

Our resistance to this gradual dismantling of the Catholic Church is the right thing to do, but will accomplish little at this point. The dumbed down majority will be (already is) fanatically against us.

It is a done deal.
Women are already taking over, and the pope's idea of God as Father and mother is clear proof. I will also mention the invocation to mother Gaia in Catholic churches everywhere. Let us not forget that in the pope's mind it is she, not God, who rules. He cares more about so called man-made global warming than about the salvation of souls or the rights of the yet unborn to live.

Wrapping up, I wonder if anyone shares my following objection to women-priests. While I do not really notice the level of handsomeness in priests, while I do not dwell on their appearance, when I see a woman in priestly garments, I usually can't focus on what she is saying, I am so turned off by her ugliness. Often they are ugly lesbians.

Karl Rahner Jr. said...

"values such as unconditional love, social justice, inclusivity, diversity, equality..." These are code-words for acceptance of homosexuality. Period. Anyone who argues to the contrary has been living on another planet for 20 years.