Monday, April 15, 2013

The Problem of Nun Control

"Pope" Frankie wants to clamp down on the nuns in his Vatican II sect. Once, these dedicated Religious ("Spouses of Christ"), would visit the sick and comfort the dying. Teaching at overcrowded Catholic schools, they did all this and more with one goal before them; to convert people to the True Faith and confirm those already within the Church so souls would be saved. They were contemplative heroines who put prayer and God first, knowing to "seek ye first the Kingdom of God," and all the rest would follow.  Since Vatican II, the nuns abandoned their vocations in droves and young women entering the convent is virtually unheard of in the U.S. and Europe. Those who remain are radical feminists who have abandoned their habits and jettisoned the Faith for Wicca and lesbianism. Think I'm exaggerating? Let's read the Statement from the Congregation for the (Heretical) Faith issued last year:

"The decision of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) to undertake a
doctrinal Assessment of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) was
communicated to the LCWR Presidency during their meeting with Cardinal William Levada
in Rome on April 8, 2008. At that meeting, three major areas of concern were given as
motivating the CDF’s decision to initiate the Assessment:

Addresses at the LCWR Assemblies. Addresses given during LCWR annual
Assemblies manifest problematic statements and serious theological, even doctrinal
errors. The Cardinal offered as an example specific passages of Sr. Laurie Brink’s
address about some Religious “moving beyond the Church” or even beyond Jesus.
This is a challenge not only to core Catholic beliefs; such a rejection of faith is also a
serious source of scandal and is incompatible with religious life. Such unacceptable
positions routinely go unchallenged by the LCWR, which should provide resources for
member Congregations to foster an ecclesial vision of religious life, thus helping to
correct an erroneous vision of the Catholic faith as an important exercise of charity.
Some might see in Sr. Brink’s analysis a phenomenological snapshot of religious life
today. But Pastors of the Church should also see in it a cry for help.

Policies of Corporate Dissent. The Cardinal spoke of this issue in reference to letters the CDF received from “Leadership Teams” of various Congregations, among them
LCWR Officers, protesting the Holy See’s actions regarding the question of women’s
ordination and of a correct pastoral approach to ministry to homosexual persons, e.g.
letters about New Ways Ministry’s conferences. The terms of the letters suggest that
these sisters collectively take a position not in agreement with the Church’s teaching
on human sexuality. It is a serious matter when these Leadership Teams are not
providing effective leadership and example to their communities, but place themselves
outside the Church’s teaching.

Radical Feminism. The Cardinal noted a prevalence of certain radical feminist
themes incompatible with the Catholic faith in some of the programs and presentations
sponsored by the LCWR, including theological interpretations that risk distorting faith
in Jesus and his loving Father who sent his Son for the salvation of the world.
Moreover, some commentaries on “patriarchy” distort the way in which Jesus has
structured sacramental life in the Church; others even undermine the revealed
doctrines of the Holy Trinity, the divinity of Christ, and the inspiration of Sacred

Imagine that! Undermining the revealed doctrines of the Holy Trinity, the divinity of Christ, and the inspiration of Sacred Scripture! So what will Mr. Bergoglio do? Excommunicate them? NO! Boldly reassert the True Faith and burn the documents of Vatican II that did all this destruction? NO! "Pope" Frankie wants three of his heretical "bishops" to oversee them, continuing the policy of Ratzinger. The "archbishop" of Seattle, Peter Sartain, is empowered to revise their statutes and "offering guidance in the application of liturgical texts." Much akin to rearranging the furniture on the Titanic, this is yet another example of "appearing to do something" when nothing can be done. After all, their very "Frankenchurch" heresy that the Church of Christ "subsists" in the Catholic Church, but exists elsewhere makes the Modernist Vatican partners in crime with these "nuns." All they want is to make sure they remain in their One World Church by paying them lip service, and Truth be damned.

 I had a good laugh when remarks were made by the Congregation for the Destruction of the Faith's new leader, "Archbishop" Gerhard Muller. Mueller is such a Modernist heretic, sending him in is like asking a pyromaniac to put out a fire. "Sister" Joan Chittister, one of the biggest pro-abortion and pro-sodomite nuns out there was quoted as saying,

"When I was a child in this town, I was taught that it was a sin to go into a Protestant church.
In my lifetime, the church, to its eternal credit, admitted that it was wrong. The scandal and the sin is that it took 400 years to do that."
Chittister said women religious have been trying since Vatican II "to help the church avoid that kind of darkness and control ... they have been a gift to the church in their leadership and their love and their continuing fidelity.
"When you set out to reform that kind of witness, remember when it's over who doomed the church to another 400 years of darkness. It won't be the people of the church who did it."

So, the Truth that going to a heretical sect was a sin was wrong, and Vatican II's heresy that it's not is the truth? Remember Isaiah 5:20, "Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter." The evil sister is right about one thing, however. If we're in for 400 years of heretical darkness, it won't be the members of the True Church that did it, we have Vatican II and the antipopes to thank for that one. The nuns and Antipope Frankie might disagree on how fast to drive to Hell, but they're going there together---and taking along anyone else who follows their insipid and vile nun-sense. 

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