Skip to comments.Profs at Jesuit universities lash out at bishops for opposing HHS mandate, gay ‘marriage’
Posted on 05/17/2012 11:12:04 AM PDT by topher
May 17, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Professors at four Jesuit-run Catholic universities have recently stepped into the media to voice their disagreement with Catholic bishops on church teachings, including on contraception and the nature of marriage, and condemning the prelates for promoting an idiosyncratic minority view as Catholic dogma.
The professors statements come at the same time that Pope Benedict has emphasized to U.S. bishops that reform of Catholic universities in the United States is the most urgent challenge facing the Church in the country.
The pope told U.S. bishops who were visiting Rome recently that a lack of progress towards reform has created confusion by instances of apparent dissidence between academics and the bishops. Such discord harms the Churchs witness and, as experience has shown, can easily be exploited to compromise her authority and her freedom, he said.
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Maybe the fact they have professors that post in the Huff 'n Puff blog is an indication of how far out they are...
Here’s a suggestion Jesuit professors: Don’t like what the Roman Catholic church teaches? Don’t join and don’t work for a Roman Catholic institution. Problem solved. I’m a Protestant and I completely understand that concept.
Hey, I thought minority views received special privilege and protection?
Hey “Professors” in the immortal words of Doanld Trump “You’re FIRED”!
May as well excommunicate them at the same time.
2 for 1 a WIN-WIN!
Jesuits, i.e., priests and brothers in the Society of Jesus, take up the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. If a member cannot be true to these vows, he should find another vocation. The tenets of the Church are inviolable. In other words, the rules are set and are pretty much black and white.
It appears time to excommunicate Jesuit clouts of this Ilk.
If they are independent corporations (which I suspect they are) the Pope has little to no control over them.