There are parts of the New Testament that are problems, too, as when Paul tells slaves to obey their masters and states that women should be silent in the churches. Women certainly read scriptures at Mass where I attend. Are that church and priest heretical, too?
Women cannot be priests and cannot preach in the Church – there are no problems here whatsoever, just the selfism and confusion of this poster.
Over the error on slaves, the facts need exposure, since this has been a favourite misconception. In Ephesians 6:5, 8 Paul is often quoted eagerly, but very seldom ver. 9: “Masters, do the same to them, and forbear threatening, knowing that He who is both their Master and yours is in heaven, and that there is no, partiality with Him.” This equality before God encouraged the early Church to convert slaves – Pope Callistus (d. 236) had been a slave. With the demise of the Roman empire, the embrace of those in slavery continued and only ordination to the priesthood was denied.
Priests urged owners to free their slaves, and by the seventh century there was considerable evidence of unions of free men and female slaves. In 649 Clovis II, king of the Franks, married his British slave Clotilda. After his death, Clotilda campaigned to halt the slave trade and to redeem those in slavery. On her death she was declared a saint by the Church.
I'm not nearly as concerned about doctrinal heresy as I am about pious arrogance, judgementalism, hypocrisy, lack of kindness, and bigotry.
It is colossal arrogance to be so little concerned about Christ’s mandate to follow His teaching and His Church – from whom did you get this fallacy?
This poster sure shows a huge indifference to Sacred Scripture – judgmental?
How should real Catholics and Christians judge everything? The Sacred Scriptures actually do mandate how from Christ Himself:
Christ and His Church’s Scriptures tell us:
"Stop judging by appearances, but judge justly." (Jn 7:24).
"Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but underneath are ravenous wolves. By their fruits you will know them" (Mt 7:15, 16).
"Every tree that does not bear good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire. So by their fruits you will know them." (Mt 7:19-20).
"Test everything: retain what is good." (1Thess 5:21).
"The spiritual person, however, can judge everything but is not subject to judgement by anyone." (1 Cor 2:15).
"I, for my part, although absent in body but present in spirit, have already, as if present, pronounced judgement on the one who has committed this deed..." (1 Cor 5:3; read 1-13).
"I am speaking as to sensible people; judge for yourselves what I am saying." (1 Cor 10:15).
"Beloved, do not trust every spirit but test the spirits to see whether they belong to God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world." (1 Jn 4:1).
"I know your works; I know that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either cold or hot. So, because you are lukewarm, neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of my mouth." (Rev 3:16).
We can’t judge according to truth by being mesmerized by others and giving them adulation, but according to the teaching of Christ’s Church, Her Tradition and Her Scriptures.
It is very important not to judge a person’s guilt before God as commanded (Mt 7:1-5). We are commanded not to judge others regarding their motives, intentions, and guilt before God (a judgment reserved to God).