I ask because I just found a site of "Roman Catholic womenpriests"
The website basically says: we know they say we’re excommunicated, but we say that we aren’t.
Roman Catholic Womenpriests reject the penalty of excommunication issued by the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith on May 29, 2008 stating that the “women priests and the bishops who ordain them would be excommunicated latae sententiae.” Roman Catholic Womenpriests are loyal members of the church who stand in the prophetic tradition of holy obedience to the Spirit’s call to change an unjust law that discriminates against women. Our movement is receiving enthusiastic responses on the local, national and international level. We will continue to serve our beloved church in a renewed priestly ministry that welcomes all to celebrate the sacraments in inclusive, Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered communities wherever we are called.
Is there anything the Church can do to stop them from using the name “Catholic”? They’re ignoring that they’ve been excommunicated!!!
Well… guess they’re not actually receiving communion, though they think they are, but STILL.