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First Newspapers, Then Books, Now Documentary Films?

December 13th, 2010, Promulgated by Dr. K

Mary Ramerman, pretend priestess of the excommunicated Spiritus Christi church in Rochester, is featured in a documentary film entitled “Pink Smoke Over the Vatican.” This is just another in a long series of  spotlight grabbing stunts that the fame-hungry leaders of Spiritus Christi have taken part in. It’s a shame that the Gospel message that was supposed to be proclaimed at Corpus/Spiritus has become clouded over the years by the personalities surrounding their movement.

You can watch the trailer below:

The Spiritus cast appears around 1:00 in:

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6 Responses to “First Newspapers, Then Books, Now Documentary Films?”

  1. LoyalViews says:

    I do find it particularly amusing when, erhm, “her grace” “Bishop” Mary McKenna goes and says “I am just as Catholic as the Pope is.”

  2. Ink says:

    I find it amusing that this is now about “me” and not God.

  3. Matt says:

    of course it is…that’s how you can tell if something is not of God–they take all the credit for themselves. A true man (or woman) of God gives Him all the credit!

  4. WomenPriests says:

    Every year I give them money to support the mental health services they provide to the community. It is unfortunate that they are being discriminated against. Women were ordained in the bible, why do we have to argue over women’s ordination? Let’s ordain women as deacons end of discussion!!!!

    Romans 16
    Personal Greetings
    1 I commend to you our sister Phoebe, a deacon[a] of the church in Cenchreae.

    a.Romans 16:1 The word deacon refers here to a Christian designated to serve with the overseers/elders of the church in a variety of ways; similarly in Phil. 1:1 and 1 Tim. 3:8,12.

  5. Dr. K says:

    The deacon you refer to, called a deaconess, was analogous to the modern day religious sister. I believe they also took on the task of baptizing other women, since baptisms were done in the nude.

  6. Ink says:

    Dr. K: They took care of the “dunking” part of baptism. The words and formula, however, were said by a priest or deacon. The deaconess was simply there doing the actual motions for propriety’s sake.

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