Sunday, March 1, 2015
When a woman goes into religious life, she takes vow to spend her life educating and leading Catholics to their salvation.
Similar to a mother who brings her child to the Church and asks for the Sacrament of Baptism. Something we pledge and vow to do when we entered into the Sacrament of Marriage.
Mothers do what they can to teach the faith at home.
Most of us know Joan Chittister as a nun who used her vocation to mislead and demoralize Catholics.
At age 78, Joan hooked up to give Oprah Winfrey a lesson on "humanity".
Humanity is the ability to feel another person's pain and when you know people as people and you do what they need in the middle of their pain.
Oprah response to this pagan drivel: "WOW"
Here is a woman that is nearly 80 years old and she remains ignorant that her vocation was supposed to be an evangelist doing what God needs her to do to heal a person's pain.
As a mother, which is what her vocation is, feeling the pain of a child of God's is communication from her soul. But a mother doesn't do what the child says they need.
If a child's pain is caused by attractions to have sex with a person of the same sex, the child will want to be healed by being told that sex between two women or two men is ok.
Joan Chittister has spent her life telling herself she alleviates suffering with leading Christ's souls into temptation and sin.
An evangelist of God's really has to be warped warped to console themselves with this 'healing'.
It's about as healing as finding a leper in pain and consoling them by telling them their open sores are beauty marks.
Humanity like this will be seen in hell.
These are, as we all now know, the 'changes' Pope Francis wishes to make to Christ's Church. Instead of explaining the beauty in Church teaching to the lepers and absolving them of sins, driving out demons, Pope Francis and his team want Catholic praxis to be telling people their sins are virtues.
Our friends at BCI are encouraging people to participate in Pope Francis survey monkey on what the people want to happen to Church teaching.
Interesting the archdiocese has put Fr. O'Connell, the Chancery sled dog, on Pope Francis democratic ballot.
I keep thinking about the purpose of the democratic ballot on Church teaching. There is something about this initiative that smells.
They already know priests have left two generations of Catholics uncatechized and demoralized. They don't need a papal referendum to tell them what they already know.
As I watch this play out, particularly Cardinal Marx's illumination that bishops conferences will be severed from the Deposit of Faith, I am beginning to wonder if they are trying to see how many wallets they will lose if they execute the plans in October's synod.
They know the counterfeit church that teaches the virtue of sins will create quite a rift.
Could it be Pope Francis referendum is to assess damages and see whether they have enough support from uncatechized to make it worthwhile?