Nuns Gone Wild: A Trip Down Memory Lane

This disease we call liberalism, free thinking, neopaganism, and modernism has infected the faith since Martin Luther. This idea that one can dictate to the Church what it should do to make it more in keeping with American ideas of freedom and equality. Some how in America we feel it is the right of every American Catholic to choose what we will believe and what we will set aside and still be good Catholics and stewards of the faith. It will end badly for us.

I remember a time when my sisters taught the truth about the Catholic Faith.

From Father Z's Blog...
...Those of you who wonder why the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and the American Bishops initiated a reform of the leadership of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), should take a little trip down memory lane.

Vast sectors of women religious in the USA have for decades been infested with a radical feminism so poisonous that many of them, especially in leadership, have even come to defend the killing of babies.

The problems in many communities of some are deeply rooted and, like all weeds, are hard to extirpate.

The following is a review of some key figures in this history of dissent and defiance. Some of these nuns have faded from view and others are still quite visible.

These are, as it were, the “church Mothers” on which their alternative Magisterium of Nuns was founded.

They all have a lot to answer for...

In the paraphrased words of Louis Farrakhan, "Who do you think you are?"


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