What do people here think about women’s ordination? I for one think that it’s wrong and that it will never happen. What are some of your opinions on the issue (I can’t believe that it’s an issue).
I’d break their mirrors Their mirrors are too busy cracking the whip on them, so they are not likely to listen to a little thing like the Pillar and Foundation of TRUTH.Good Call I totally agree but what do you think about these groups who advocate for womens ordination, how do we change their minds?
Good point on the heresy of the girl-altar-boy breach.It’s going to come-maybe not in my lifetime, but it will come. It starts with women in the sanctuary–altar girls, and women extraordinary ministers and women lectors. As we get used to seeing women at the altar, we will wonder why not let them be priests?
Outstanding post. May God Bless you.When the Church is able to give men the ability to bear children , She will be able to give women the ability to become priests . Why is it that people cannot accept that if God gave us different physical capacities, He also gave us different spiritual capacities ? This doesn’t make us better, worse, lesser, greater, or anything but God’s children . But we ARE different. God made us different. The Church continues to uphold that difference, not out of chauvinism, malice, spite, injustice, or any other discriminatory reason, but rather because through discernment of the Holy Spirit, the conclusion has been such to mandate that it is True.
If that is the choice, Quasimodo wishes to cast his vote for a male priesthood.When the Church is able to give men the ability to bear children , She will be able to give women the ability to become priests
I had a hunch you’d chime in on this.If that is the choice, Quasimodo wishes to cast his vote for a male priesthood.
Where do you get such delutions, from all the Protestant churches that have women pastors? This is a given matter from the early Church, and stated so by the Pope. Case closed!It’s going to come-maybe not in my lifetime, but it will come.
Following your thinking on women being ordained, this discipline being held solid makes no sense. It’s only the Latin Rite which holds to celibacy, not the entire Church.More likely than married priests-that will definitely not happen-with the small exception of the Anglican converts.