‘Bergoglio intends to fundamentally change the concept of Holy Orders, placing alongside the Priesthood (reserved for men) forms of ‘non-ordained’ ministry for women, with a view to their sacramental ordination,’ Archbishop Viganó said.
Catholics ‘couldn’t have a stronger signal that Bergoglio is planning the faux ordination of women deacons, with a trajectory towards the faux ordination of women priests and bishops,’ Deacon Nick Donnelly wrote.
In an exclusive interview, Bishop Joseph Strickland observed that “we are in a time of weaponized confusion” regarding the role of women in the Catholic Church and the Vatican’s controversial English translation of Fiducia Supplicans. Bishop Strickland described the need for authentic renewal in the Catholic Church — especially during Lent. Strickland also warns against the increasing desire for “women priests” among liberal Catholic activists, infatuations that only devalue the authentic and traditional role of women in the Church. As Pope Francis continues stoking confusion, Bishop Strickland’s clear teaching is needed now more than ever. HELP US FIGHT THE LIES […]
The female speaker decried suggestions that women could be 'ordained' to the priesthood, emphasizing the unique role of women in the Catholic understanding as biological and spiritual mothers according to the model provided by the Blessed Virgin Mary.