I am posting this in this forum because the archdioces of Minneapolis-St. Paul is in serious need of local apologists to educate the rabid feminists runing rampant in our area.
In short summation, the Council of Cathoic Women, led by the feminazi-minded women of St. Catherine’s and St. Thomas Universities, and in under the heading of Commission of Women for the archdiocese, are instituting “listening sessions” which is ultimately seeking to get more women into percieved positions of power.
Funny thing is that the sessions are at largely either dissenting-leaning or completely off their rockers in the world of Catholicism. They want the opinions of women at St. Joan of Arc parish…and this parish has been the topic of several threads here. Annunciation, Pax Christi…all these are parishes of which I have personal experience/knowledge…and the are filled with women who are not understanding of their faith.
I am trying to encourage all the local men and women to attend the parishes listed on the website and provide some actual instruction. I have also blogged about this topic (shameless promotion), hoping to get your dander up and encourage you to go!
I can possibly go to 1 of them…the sessions are not at a time where I can reasonably attend. for the most part. Besides…I’m not sure I should really be one to speak. I tend to become overheated by this type of thing (as you’ll read in my blog), so is tehre someone maybe more even-keeled able to get involved?
Please check out first:
or if that doesn’t work, go to www.thecatholicspirit.com and scroll down until you find the article titled “Beyond the bazaar: Commission hosts sessions for women to voice concerns”.
I used to want to write for this publication…I know now I could not stomach the rampant dissent.
And also check out my blog post for today and please add your opinions of that… I can still edit!
But let me make it clear I am really hoping that local apologists will go to some of the advertised sessions and let the real voice of Catholicism be heard!