Skip to comments.Fishwrap’s latest tacky move
Posted on 05/22/2014 3:55:33 PM PDT by NYer
Fishwrap (aka National Schismatic Reporter) tested new depths of tacky today. They published, on the 20th anniversary of St. John Paul II’s Apostolic Letter Ordinatio sacerdotalis, a piece by the excommunicated “lady tambourine ‘priest‘“ (perhaps you recall the Bob Dylan parody song HERE), who – completely deluded – thinks that wymyn have really made progress, along with their tens of followers.
This on the heels of publishing an editorial that climate change is the Church’s #1 pro-life issue and that no sin is more heartless” than not caring for the environment. Good grief.
Simply publishing such rubbish from an excommunicated woman, faking ordination and simulating sacraments, is bad enough. What is worse is that NSR’s editors accept her premises and claims. They think that these women really are validly ordained, despite the Church’s crystal clear teaching to the contrary.
Remember: The catholic Left will never stop agitating for the ordination of women. Never. That is their Unholy Grail, Eldorado, and much needed Fountain of Youth wrapped into one.
The bishops in these USA must officially declare that the National Catholic Reporter cannot use the word “Catholic” in their title.
Because ordaining women and aspiring to be the Democrats at prayer (to the extent that Democrats still pray to a deity whatsoever) is what being the Church of the future is all about. Just ask the Episcopalians.
no sin is more heartless than not caring for the environment.The amniotic sac is an environment.
This woman, her follower and NCR are Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo!
My mother was a non-practicing Episcopalian. Later on in her life I got her to go to an Episcopalian service. I am Catholic.
The service was beautiful, as I expected it to be. But, the Church was full of older women and gay men. I did ask the priest later. He said that the "older women" were British ex-pats, the backbone of his parish.
The gay men were there because the Episcopalian Church had deemed gay relationships as valid and it was a place for them to worship together.
Homosexuals and bisexuals make up only .5 - 1.5% of our population but they appear so VISIBLE that they seem to be more in number.