— Austen Ivereigh (@austeni) July 17, 2017
Today started with a post about that caput malorum omnium that is Germany. Let’s continue.
The ultra-left La Croix stumps, not reports, on a German nun advocating women priests.
Slightest… - Understanding - Priesthood - Creation - Adam
If one had the slightest… slightest… understanding of priesthood as flowing from the creation of Adam and Eve, the OT priestly office, and who Christ is, this would never come up, let alone be seriously proposed. Let’s see what this German nun has offer.
The priory is one of the most important in the Benedictine world. In 1885 it founded the Missionary Benedictine Sisters of Tutzing, a congregation that today numbers some 1,300 sisters in 19 countries around the world.
Schönenberger - Members - Tutzing - Priory - Benedictine
Schönenberger, who is responsible for the 70 members at the Tutzing priory and those at two other Benedictine convents, said the criteria for priesthood should not be based on one’s gender. [again?] “Our present image/concept of the priesthood urgently needs to be fundamentally revised and I am genuinely surprised that priests themselves don’t protest more against present developments since they involve them,” [Perhaps because not all priests are as stupid as you take them for. I mean… some are pretty dumb, but not that dumb.] said the prioress, noting that men and women should be treated as equals. [Her vision of priesthood must be based on power.] “The extent to which this power imbalance [DING DING… say da magic woid, win a...
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