Women’s Corner

August 13, 2010

Despite what you hear from the FEMINIST INFILTRATION in the Church, women do have a place in the Church. They have THEIR place in the Church. Likewise, although there are few regular women contributors here at THE CATHOLIC FASCIST, we do recognize the role women have in the Catholic Blogosphere and the contributions they might make there. So, progressives that we are, we would like to offer traditional, conservative, women Catholics (beyond our lone female regular contributor) the chance to say something here from time to time. We propose to begin a feature called “WOMEN’S CORNER” in which a woman or a group of women have the opportunity to share with us from their place, the “women’s place” in the Church. We are not sure what form this will take and how often it will occur, perhaps once a month or once every few years. Interested women should send an email to us at thecatholicfascist at gmail.com describing what they hope to contribute to the blog, why they like the blog, why they like the men who write for the blog, how they will promote the traditional Gospel to the men of the blogosphere and to the world, and a once sentence summary of how they understand their place in the Church.

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Rosemary Radford Ruether — feminist “theologian” and hero of liberals everywhere — attempts to undermine the One True Church’s® traditional and proven teaching on apostolic succession in a recent article on women’s ordination at the National Catholic Reporter Distorter. What is interesting is that she criticizes the Roman Catholic “Womenpriest” movement for their belief in apostolic succession! Ruether does not believe in the MALE-ONLY priesthood and she does not believe in something so basic as apostolic succession, saying that there is no historical evidence for it. She should just admit that she hates the Catholic Church. Kudos to the Roman Catholic “Womenpriest” movement for at least retaining some semblance of belief in the top-down, “mechanistic,” power-from-on-high concept of apostolic succession, priestly authority, and pyramidal hierarchy, unlike this washed up apostle to the apostles heretic to the heretics.