Monday, March 1, 2010

Roman Catholic Womenpriests: Time to Allow Women and Married Priests


Roman Catholic Woman Priest
Mary Ellen Robertson prays over Katy Zatsick
at Ordinations in Florida

Time to allow women and married priests
Reading the recent article, "Women priest movement controversial," on the ordination of woman priests in the Roman Catholic Church, it becomes obvious the assisted suicide on the Eucharist by the Vatican and cooperating bishops continues.You would think they would welcome the assistance of these women.

The Irish-born priests who have served Florida so well are getting older, and there will not be any replacements from the Emerald Isle because of the cover-up of the sexual abuse of youth, leading to empty seminaries. U.S. bishops are importing priests from Third World countries, when these priests are needed in their own countries.

The majority of Catholic priests and laity would welcome the assistance of married priests and women priests, but if the priests dared voice that opinion, they would be sent home without a pension. So American Catholics sit idle watching their bishops close churches.Hopefully the Anglicans, Episcopalians, Lutherans and the other Christian churches will keep up the tradition of the Eucharist that Christ commanded at the Last Supper on the night before He died -- "Do this in memory of Me."

The Vatican and most of the American bishops are only interested in personal palaces, the Vatican Bank and masculine theology.

Irene and Mike GallagherTitusvilleThe link includes other postings, their posting is the 3rddown.
http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/floridatoday/access/1966962051.html?dids=1966962051:1966962051&FMT=FT&FMTS=CITE:FT&fmac=9c4828d35c7dad8426dde62028619c3d&date=Feb+20%2C+2010&author=&desc=Your+views%3A+Letters+to+the+editor+(Feb.+20)

2 comments:

Rob said...

"it becomes obvious the assisted suicide on the Eucharist by the Vatican and cooperating bishops continues.You would think they would welcome the assistance of these women."

This assisted suicide occurs when progressive bishops refuse to admit men to ordination who are orthodox. This has happened several times in the Diocese of Rochester. In fact, my brother was rejected after his second year of seminary studies in Rochester and called "too rigid" because he did not support the ordination of women. You people are creating the mess we are in just to advance your selfish agenda. The one's endangering the availability of the Eucharist are the women priest movement, and the bishops sympathetic to them.

Crusader said...

Please let us know who the opposition was so that we all may pray and those that can help will do so. I realize that the preparation for ordination is a very long road, and requires support from many of our faithful.

Blessings