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Marketing Heresy to the Young

January 1st, 2013, Promulgated by Dr. K

The aging hippies at Sr. Joan Sobala’s Women’s Ordination Conference have decided to market the impossible ordination of women to a younger crowd.

Here is their ridiculous parody of “Call Me Maybe”:

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6 Responses to “Marketing Heresy to the Young”

  1. avatar Interstate Catholic says:

    Liturgical dance rehersal?

  2. avatar Scott W. says:

    It is actually a pretty good instruction in the utter hollowness of their position.

    “I had a dream as a girl, like Terese of Lesuix…”

    I wondered what the heck she was talking about, so I looked it up, and lo and behold! Just as The Usual Suspects omit decisive things from Aquinas’ teaching on conscience, so they omit a whole revealing chunk from St. Terese.

    “Woman priest is my call”

    As I remind anyone, male or female, who are convicted of having a vocation, there is an interior call, but also an exterior call which is determined by the Church. Since the Church unambiguously lacks the authority to ordain women, that’s not the true call. I’m not saying there isn’t a call to something. In my own case, I was convinced I was called to be a Lutheran pastor. Two meetings with the committee demonstrated that I didn’t have a call to that. It turns out I was being called to the Catholic Church.

    “Don’t listen to St. Paul”

    Well that pretty much gives the game away. Why stop at ignoring Paul? How about ignoring Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Peter, Moses, etc? They seem to be channeling Piers Morgan.

    “M. Div.”

    Yep. Classic sheep-skin waving. Clericalism is not solved by Theologianism.

    “All the other churches try to schmooze me, but I’m a Catholic, so ordain a lady.”

    My favorite atheist in the world has offered the challenge that if you can spot any difference between Political Correctness and Unitarianism, then you have keener eyes than him. In other words, women-priest advocates have not only been schmoozed by another church, they’ve willingly signed up as undercover operatives for it.

    “My call is a fact, but some Pope in a hat closed discussion on that, and now he’s in my way.”

    See my comments on vocations above. Notice the last part makes women’s vocations all about ME! ME! ME!

    Check out the beta-males at around 2:06.

  3. avatar raymondfrice says:

    Talk about a cultural intrusion into the area of theology!!! They should form a union for liturgical chorus (not as in choir but as in Broadway dance shows) girls and liturgical dancers.

    All I could picture was Archbishop Romero wearing his chasuable to his final Mass and this “bimbo” prancing around in one.

  4. avatar Richard Thomas says:

    This exudes of male hatred. I wonder if there are many in the woman’s ordination movement who are lesbian and have been hurt by and have big problems dealing with men.

  5. avatar DanielKane says:

    “If, in the course of human events, a cringe-inducing karaoke of an already over-played pop song is your primary response to the philosophical tradition of the Holy Catholic Church, you’ve negated yourself long, long before you’ve been rebutted.”

    Read the full “Bad Catholic” rebuttal here – http://www.patheos.com/blogs/badcatholic/2013/01/2559.html

  6. avatar y2kscotty says:

    We need to give the two words that accurately describe this video – stupid and childish.


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