CNS: The national board of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious said June 1 the assessment that led to a Vatican order to reform the organization “was based on unsubstantiated accusations and the result of a flawed process that lacked transparency.” Read the rest of the report here.
Did you expect more? I have to admit I did not utter one prayer for the conversion of these religious feminists in particular. They were included virtually, however, in my Mass prayers at the Offertory and for all of “us sinners” with every Hail Mary. I ought to do more than that for them personally, and I will, if only because they loved God and the Church for many years of their lives before being brainwashed in the 60s by humanistic “facilitators,” such as Freudian psychologist, Dr. William Coulson and like-minded conspirators, who helped convince their lukewarm victims to toss their habits, get apartments, go to college, and, for some, do worse things. Coulson has since expressed regret for his team’s workshops of destruction that totally destroyed at least one religious order, the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Unsubstantiated accusations”? What an outrageous lie! Do real “leaders” deny their own words and position statements, repeated over and over again, year after year? These women religious are disingenuous parasites. Without their Catholic sister status they may risk even losing their discounts at the yoga spa. How is it that they, and all liberal heretics like them, are afraid to make their de facto perfidy de jure and start their own religion with make-believe priestesses? Theirs is a new religion, bizarre, socialistic, and without a creed, Christian in name only — for some even “beyond Christ.” (See link below) I suppose that their “Christ” should have stuck to feeding the poor instead of getting hung up on His divinity, and crucified for “blasphemy.” Their “Christ” is more evolving, far more inclusive than the demanding one in the gospels, who insisted on objective Faith, repentance from sin, a visible Church with a visible head, a male priesthood, obedience to His commandments, and purity. The information on the un-Catholic positions of these feminist religious is hardly subtle. It’s in your face. The lives and teachings of their order’s founders are an embarrassment to their enlightened spirits, or perhaps for some, an amusement. Susan Brinkman sums it up fairly well in her Women of Grace blog here.