Skip to comments.The Vatican and the Sisters
Posted on 04/24/2012 10:36:59 AM PDT by Teˇfilo
In Chariots of Fire, two of the elders of Cambridge University invite the young Jewish runner Harold Abrahams to a formal, black-tie luncheon, during which they try to dissuade the upstart undergraduate from using a professional trainer to prepare for the forthcoming Paris Olympics. Abrahams declines to follow Oxbridge athletic orthodoxy and leaves in something of a huff. The Master of Trinity (brilliantly played by John Gielgud) sighs and says to the Master of Caius, Another God, another mountaintop.
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Well worth the read. I saw the beginning of the collapse. I hope my children will live to see the restoration.
The big wheel turns.
The institutions these sisters control will be secularized, renamed "The Women's Center With No Christ and No Center," * renamed "St. Sebelius," sold on the courthouse steps. Many will go bankrupt.
There will be big fights over property.
There will ge a great crashing and splintering.
A remnant will survive.
They'll be the seed of the next Catholic generation.
**They’ll be the seed of the next Catholic generation.**
And these women will be dedicated to prayer to Christ, service and love of mankind.
And thankfully the same inevitable march of time is having the same inevitable effect on other New Age, 'Spirit of Vatican II' hippy male religious, Priests and bishops. They're dying off and being replaced by better educated, better formed, better Catholic men! Holy, obediant, faith filled orthodox seminaries are filled as are convents of faithful holy and orthodox religious orders.
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