Thursday, May 9, 2013
THE IDEOLOGUES AND CAREERISTS AT THE NATIONAL CHISMATIC REPORTER AND THEIR MINIONS, POWERS AND PRINCIPALITIES NOW SHOW THEIR DIVISIVE COLORS AGAIN AND RAIL AGAINST POPE FRANCIS--DIFFERENT POPES SAME MENTALITY!
The National Chismatic Reporter finally draws a line in the sand and in its typical bogus magisterium, competing with the true Magisterium, it sets forth its disgust with Pope Francis. If only the Holy Father would listen to the divisive voices of the trouble makers in the Church who have caused such great damage to the Church these past 50 years. SORRY NCR, IT AIN'T GOING TO HAPPEN, THESE RENEGADES MUST REFORM AND BELIEVE WHAT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, BELIEVES, TEACHES AND PROCLAIMS TO BE REVEALED BY GOD. BELIEVE IN THE OFFICIAL MAGISTERIUM, NOT THE BOGUS mAGISTERIUM OF NUNS OR OF THE NCR OR ANY OTHER IDEOLOGUES IN THE CHURCH! PRESS HERE FOR THE WHINERS AT THE NCR AND THEIR CROCODILE TEARS AND GET YOUR VIOLIN OUT TO PLAY!
A few excerpts from FISHWRAP:
The more something changes, the more it stays the same. It's a cliché, yes, but it seems to be an increasingly apt one to apply to the situation between women religious and the Vatican.
There have been high hopes for Pope Francis among those left spiritually bruised by the papacy of Pope Benedict XVI. Francis paid his own hotel bill after the conclave, took the bus with the rest of the bishops, refused to move into the papal apartment, claimed to want a "poor church," and celebrated Holy Thursday at a juvenile detention facility where he washed the feet of 10 men and two women.
But a month after his election, a fly got caught in the balm Francis was pouring over the church's body. LCWR leaders were informed in a meeting with the doctrinal congregation's lead cleric, Archbishop Gerhard Müller, that the new pope had reaffirmed the mandated reform of the their organization.
Less than a day later after his stunning admission, Cardinal Braz de Aviz was apparently taken to the doctrinal congregation's woodshed. The Vatican quickly released a statement claiming that the media (namely, the report in NCR) had misinterpreted Braz de Aviz's words and that Braz de Aviz and Müller "reaffirmed their common commitment to the renewal of Religious Life, and particularly to the Doctrinal Assessment of the LCWR and the program of reform it requires, in accordance with the wishes of the Holy Father."
Perhaps the greatest irony is that the Vatican is punishing women religious for failing to strictly adhere to doctrines that they have had no voice in developing and no role in shaping -- precisely because they are women.
The look and feel of the papacy may be changing under Francis, but the fundamental understanding magisterium's authority and the requirement that the women obey the men, I'm afraid, will continue to stay the same.