Wednesday, May 28, 2014

We Are Church Excommunicated (and other fun coverage of the rude awakening at National Catholic Reporter)

Kicking off summer with a full head of steam.

Twenty years of damage later, heads of We are Church have been excommunicated.

Take a look at the picture of these two individuals. They have taken on the appearance of what they have become.

"This does not mean that we are not part of the church anymore," the Heizers said in the statement,

But that is exactly what the edict means. They're out. Separated and severed. Gonzo.

Sitting in a Church makes them as Catholic as standing in their garage makes them a car.

Duly note the edict places their offenses as more serious than that of a pedophile priest and was (finally) treated in accordance with the severity of their actions.

The Reporter staff has penned a letter to Pope Francis.

Something is askew, they tell him. The hurt and misrepresented prophetic vision of LCWR grew out of Vatican II.

LCWR is the thinking head to the body of Catholic sister service...We find a painful disconnect between how they are being treated and the church of encounter that you preach. We are knocking, waiting for your response.

Keep aknocking. When he doesn't answer, you'll know its him.

Seriously, are they suffering from the delusion that the response they already got isn't from Pope Francis?

David Gibson believes the nuns LCWR is caught in de Chardin's complexification of the noosephere of the Roman Magisterium.

If you're in the mood to see how disorientation of a soul takes the intellect to insanity, check out the comments.

Another article at NCR suggests there is a new day dawning for women's ordination.

NCR staff has not yet caught up with Bishop Paprocki who shows them new light dawning on marblehead.

A former Ursuline nun is advising LCWR to pull out.

I hope they come to Jesus on their dissent but if they don't or can't, we only have two things to say:

1. Here's your hat, what's your hurry.
2. Don't let the door hit you on the fanny.

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