What part of…

defined and infallible…does this dissenter not understand?

What he said. And I said:

The other day, I was talking to a friend of mine who is a father of eight children. I asked him if he trusted the Canadian bishops’ judgement in any area,  pastoral or doctrinal.  He told me that he didn’t trust them at all.  And it’s not hard to see why.  In any area of concern:  liturgy, social justice, education, sexual morality, etc. etc.,  you can’t trust them. 

So now we can throw doctrine on the pile.  For the record, however, women can’t be priests.

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  1. No women priests you say? Would that then necessarily preclude the possibility of a women pope?

    The Canadian Catholic School Trustees Association is hosing a national conference on education here in Ottawa this September. One of their guest speakers will apparently be discussing, among other things, the possibility of a future woman pope. You can read it here at this link:


    Given the recent debate about the implementation of the Equity Strategy in our schools you might of though it more relevant to have someone speak about the importance of maintaining Catholic identity in our schools. Unfortunately, that’s not part of their agenda……

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