Saturday, 16 June 2007

A strong argument

I think that this clip (of the attempted ordination of some women as priests and deacons) is one of the strongest arguments I have seen against women's ordination. Given that they do not seem to want to belong to the same church as I, I wonder why they want to be priests of it.
At the end of the solemn rite, all the ladies now wearing vestments join hands and dance around.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

But it could only happen in America - couldn't it?? I think I'll take the liturgy with the corpse, thank you very much! Poor deluded souls.

Anonymous said...

Ouch,
I'm afraid that if you asked most Catholics in the UK, which was closer to their faith, the Syrian or the "female" liturgy shown on your blog, the'd reply the "female".

I wish there was a way our brothers who are in Communion with us in the Near East could go "on tour" in this country. Maybe, by letting the Catholics of this country connect with the Eastern Church that hasn't had to deal so directly with Protestantism as we have, we may just realise again what it is to be Catholic.

"Let all mortal flesh keep silent", something those women clearly failed to do.

Roma said...

They all look very butch to me ......

TJ said...

Yeah, it's all protestant's fault!