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Dismissal or Deposition

July 16th, 2010, Promulgated by Gen

One of the  new “grave delicits” named by the Holy See may be of extreme interest to you. It reaffirms the teaching of the Church regarding the sanctity of the Sacraments, in particular The Holy Mass and Holy Orders. I quote:

Art. 5

The more grave delict of the attempted sacred ordination of a woman is also reserved to the

Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith:

1° With due regard for can. 1378 of the Code of Canon Law, both the one who attempts to confer sacred ordination on a woman, and she who attempts to receive sacred ordination, incurs a latae sententiae excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See.

2° If the one attempting to confer sacred ordination, or the woman who attempts to receive sacred ordination, is a member of the Christian faithful subject to the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches, with due regard for can. 1443 of that Code, he or she is to be punished by major excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See.

3° If the guilty party is a cleric he may be punished by dismissal or deposition.

How much clearer could it be, folks? Women’s ordination is absolutely and unequivocally banned, and will be for ages unending. Amen.

For the Canon of the Mass, methinks this gal would be inclined to say, "Te igitur, clementissima Mater . . . "

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5 Responses to “Dismissal or Deposition”

  1. Richard says:

    Don’t worry, These people in the DOR will purpously be oblivious to this and al the other statements concerning women’s ordination. They are the perverbial “Wiggle Room” experts.

  2. jetscubs86 says:

    I am very surprised there aren’t any men in our diocese who feel that they are called to be nuns. Why isn’t Matthew Clark promoting that. It makes just as much sense as women becoming priests. Maybe men can be mothers, and women can be fathers. Our world is so messed up.

  3. Anonymous says:

    My poor aged mother wonders why boys pierce their ears and girls have tatoos.

  4. Louis E. says:

    Not for nothing do the “Roman Catholic Womenpriests” hide the identity of the bishop who “consecrated” their first “womanbishops”,,,but if they ever reveal his identity after his death (as the SSPV did when announcing that Father Kelly had been secretly consecrated by Bishop Mendez) will the sacraments he performed after his latae sententiae excommunication be called into question?

  5. John F. Kennedy says:

    She’s wearing a “Crusader Cross.” Imagine what a real Crusader Knight would do if he saw this.

    BTW, in the Church of England there IS talk about men joining orders of Nuns!

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