Bergoglio establishes commission to study diaconate of women August 2, 2016Posted by Tantumblogo in different religion, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, paganism, priests, Revolution, scandals, secularism, Society, suicide, the struggle for the Church.
If this study goes anything like the Synods, we can safely assume not only has the matter already been decided, but the papers announcing the change in policy after the close of the study are already written, or at least well underway:
On May 12, 2016, the Holy Father, in the course of the meeting — in the format of dialogue in the Paul VI Hall — with the participants at the Plenary Assembly of Superiors-General, expressed his intention of “establishing an official commission that can study the question” of the Diaconate of women, “especially regarding the first years of the Church”.After intense prayer and mature reflection, His Holiness has decided to institute the Commission for the Study of the Diaconate of Women……..
There were deaconesses in the early Church. Their role, however, was strictly limited, and nothing like the modern role of the deacon, especially in the Novus Ordo realm. Since baptism in the early Church involved full immersion and little clothing, women assistants were needed to perform them to prevent the risk of scandal and sin.
I think we can rest assured this study will ignore the true historical realities, and instead try to invent out of whole cloth a sweeping mandate for an expansive list of female diaconal duties. I have to believe, in spite of Bergoglio’s statements to the contrary, that this is ultimately about paving the way for false women priestesses. That is what this “movement” (of a very small number of disaffected women and some ignorant, worldly hangers on) has been driving at all along, since the scourge of feminism first burst into reality in the Church in the late 60s. Thankfully most of the women clamoring for this are quite elderly and they are not being replaced by younger followers. But a female diaconate could breathe new life into an increasingly moribund effort.
Will something like this only continue to expand the growing divide between the traditional practice of the Faith, centered on the TLM, and the Novus Ordo practice? It is impossible that it would not, unless it is planned to unleash all the recent novelties of the NO on the TLM at some point (or just do away with “permission” for the TLM outright).
Either way, it’s disconcerting. Some may say “you’re over-reacting,” but all I can say is, look how the Synods went, and what is planned for future ones. The Left telegraphs its objectives well in advance. I don’t think I’m over-reacting at all, I think I’m making a sober assessment of the situation.
Which may soon look like this:
Oh, bring it on……and while you’re at it, do tell me all about your absent father and bullying at school. Quite the rich tapestry, I’m sure.
So how do you reconcile this with a sudden breakthrough with the Society? How could the Society accept?