Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The Church is not a democracy, Cardinals are from Mars Edition

No matter what modern feminist nuns think the church is neither misogynistic nor a democracy.

CDF: “Sisters, do you believe and affirm that Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of the Father, begotten and not made, the second Person of the Holy Trinity?”

LCWR: “Why are you asking us that question? What gives you the authority to ask it?”


CDF: “Again, Sisters, do you believe and affirm that Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of the Father, incarnate by the Holy Ghost in the womb of the Virgin Mary?”


LCWR: “You have no right to pick on us simply because we’re women. You arrogant misogynists! We believe that hierarchical structures must be dismantled!”


CDF: “Sisters, you seem to argue that you are ‘beyond Jesus.’ Do you in fact believe that man may be saved in the name of Jesus alone? That Christ alone reveals the Father to man, and man to himself?”


LCWR: “Why are you using sexist language? We are offended by your pronouns.”


CDF: “Do you believe that Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of the Father?”


LCWR: “We have advanced degrees in theology. We have received awards from our friends – we mean, from prestigious theological societies. Why are you suggesting that we are incompetent? Is it because we’re women?”



Of course, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the United States isn't a democracy either, and the congitive dissonance of that may be what is driving these nuns.

2 comments:

Theodore Seeber said...

That's funny, I could have sworn Mark Shea readers are liberals first and Catholics second.

Theodore Seeber said...

Eight months later and after getting banned from Mark's page, I have a tendency to agree

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