The Truth About the American Nun Issue

by W.F. Price on June 12, 2012

Although one might expect misleading articles regarding the Vatican rebuke of the LCWR (Leadership Council of Women Religious), which represents about 80% of America’s nuns, some of the outright lies the media is peddling are astonishing. For example, the Vatican has been accused of rebuking nuns for helping the poor by Nicholas Kristof, who has a history of playing fast and loose with facts.

The slander we are seeing from media organizations is purely political, but the facts of the matter demonstrate that spending so much political capital on the LCWR may be a foolish move on the part of the left.

First, the LCWR started to disintegrate back in the 1990s, when the left was culturally and demographically at its peak. A number of nuns, including many who were uncomfortable with the culture of lesbianism that prevailed in many convents, moved away to form another organization, known as the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious (CMSWR), which now represents about 20% of American nuns.

However, the numbers are a bit deceptive, as the LCWR is substantially older and more decrepit than the CMSWR. Many falsely assume that the left is always represented by the young, but people who were young in the 1960s are not young any longer, although they may imagine themselves so.

So, while the LCWR is aged 74 (!) on average, the CMSWR averages 60. This is a considerable difference, and adding to that difference is the fact that only a measly 9% of LCWR communities have any novices at all, whereas the number is closer to half of CMSWR communities. Clearly, the leftist nuns are a geriatric, fading force. Rather than promoting feminist theory and going toe-to-toe with the patriarchy (or caring for the sick and poor for that matter), they are in that stage of life where the nursing home is the more realistic scenario. It wouldn’t surprise me if half or more of the work done by LCWR nuns is taking care of other nuns. They are, for all intents and purposes, a spent force.

The culture of radical feminism that was so strong in convents back in the 1970s and 1980s has already started to turn around, and the Vatican is essentially just mopping up old problems so as to set an example for the fresh crop of sisters.

For example, one point of April’s rebuke of the LCWR reaches all the way back to 1977 to take the nuns to task for refusing to accept that the priesthood should be reserved for men:

…The Second Vatican Council clearly indicates that an authentic teaching of the Church calls for the religious submission of intellect and will, and is not limited to defined dogmas or “ex cathedra” statements (cf. “Lumen gentium,” 25). For example, the LCWR publicly expressed in 1977 its refusal to assent to the teaching of “Inter insigniores” on the reservation of priestly ordination to men. This public refusal has never been corrected…

Organizations like the Vatican, Imperial China, and other enormous bureaucracies, tend to move very slowly. They take the long-term view, aiming to survive over the centuries. Four-year terms mean little to them. Even life-long careers are rather insignificant in the grand scheme. Often, it is easier to wait for problems to simply die off before dealing with them.

This is where we can take some encouragement from the Vatican’s moves, and why I’ve devoted some attention to it. The Vatican has been eyeing developments in the US for decades, but until recently has only been taking a very measured approach. During the Cold War, there were far bigger fish to fry than some nuns acting out in the US, so those problems were ignored even while at their worst — generally in the 1970s and 80s, when they were the dedicated foot-soldiers of the feminist revolution.

Today, however, we are witnessing the culmination of a generation of radical feminists, and the LCWR nuns represent these women as well as anyone. And the truth of it is that they are aging, childless, dependent and about to lose their influence. None of the rants published by women like Maureen Dowd will change that. Maureen and her cohorts are, for all intents and purposes, the same as the LCWR nuns, which is why the screeching against the Vatican has been so loud and shrill. At this point the best they can do is fly into an impotent rage, and they are counting on that to lead them to eternal victory — the permanent feminist revolution envisioned by Gloria Steinem (who is nearly 80 herself). It won’t work. The Vatican will shrug it off. And that should lend some strength to our cause.

Well, ladies, it’s been quite a run. As I look back on the legions of fatherless children, the countless broken families, and the shameless exploitation of ordinary Americans, I can’t say there’s much to be happy about, but at least it looks like things are finally turning around.

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Mike June 12, 2012 at 12:50

Before we start celebrating lets keep in mind what the Vatican is really cracking down on and why: a bunch of old dykes who hate men and marriage contradicts the Vatican teaching of get married and bust your ass till it bleeds for your darling wife philosophy. Just because one crime family is taking over from another doesnt mean we’re off the hook for paying them.

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keyster June 12, 2012 at 13:24

It’s just like the Augusta National Golf Club.
They don’t engage feminists in debate, release statements, elaborate with the news media, etc.
They simply say “No, we’re not going to change our policy”.
Patriarchal organizations that refuse to bow to female pressure on anything, survive the ages. The first time you say “Yes”, the pressure only intensifies for yet more and more..because Feminism is not for gender equality, it’s for female dominance.

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Justinian June 12, 2012 at 13:30

a bunch of old dykes who hate men and marriage contradicts the Vatican teaching of get married and bust your ass till it bleeds for your darling wife philosophy.

Lots of gray hair, entitled princesses, and unmarried beta/omega males attend churches these days. People who won’t be having children to carry on the faith.

Even the so-called patriarchal Hispanic population has an unwed birth rate of 53%, which is a full 10% higher than the white population. Are those single mothers going to raise their children in the faith?

A small number will, but my guess is that the vast majority will not and most of those fatherless children will join the secular population. The tidal wave of immigration from Mexico will only boost the numbers of Catholics in America for a generation or two, before the Hispanics fall away as the White Catholics have done.

The Vatican operates at a glacial pace, but so much damage has been done in the past few decades. It is hard not to see a permanently shrunken church.

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Justinian June 12, 2012 at 13:40

Patriarchal organizations that refuse to bow to female pressure on anything, survive the ages. The first time you say “Yes”, the pressure only intensifies for yet more and more..because Feminism is not for gender equality, it’s for female dominance.

Ah, but they did bow on perhaps the most important issue of all….the welfare state.

The church bought into the whole “social justice” bit as if all the poor “families” they were helping were out of a Dicken’s fairy tale. They were going to tax Ebineezer Scrooge so that Bob Chratchit could take care of Tiny Tim.

The reality is that the social justice welfare state fueled the entire baby momma culture so that thug alphas could reproduce abundantly. Meanwhile the Church sabotaged the reproductive chances of its faithful betas, who will not have the chance to raise children within the church.

The Result: The permanent shrinking of the church.

The whole purpose of successful religions is to protect the reproductive rights its beta males, and the modern church has failed in that duty. An all-male clergy is only of secondary importance.

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AfOR June 12, 2012 at 14:32

Bill, you are old and ugly enough to know that you NEVER EVER EVER get the truth from the MSM, and that is BEFORE a journo or editor with a specific agenda gets their hands on it.

This is the strength of The Spearhead, it is Bill Price…

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Crank June 12, 2012 at 14:58

To quote The Wolf, “Well, let’s not start sucking each other’s dicks quite yet.”

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AfOR June 12, 2012 at 15:07

OT but very very important

we are moving into the endgame now

http://wimminz.wordpress.com/2012/06/12/wimminz-doubling-down-on-the-fud/

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AfOR June 12, 2012 at 15:09

@ crank

see my link above, the wimminz are now making INSANELY exaggerated claims, to double down once more they have to say 5 year old girls and routinely blowing queues of guys for two hours straight, and then it will have to be babies, and then there are no further plays possible

game over

check please

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Pirran June 12, 2012 at 15:32

@Justinian

Slightly OT, but have you seen that the rad-fems on FSTDT (Fundies Say The Darndest Things) are gunning for you because of your comment on “What Can Make A Grown Man Cry” here?

Usual Rad-Fem screeching, rabid bile calling for your (and our) collective rape in prison, horrible torture, death threats (you get the idea). For such campaigners against violence to women, they do like to threaten it at the drop of a hat, don’t they?

All quite amusing in a slightly depressing way and does rather tie in with the theme of increasing vitriol as their relevance gradually fades away; rather like all those decrepit nuns.

http://www.fstdt.com/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=87685

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Justinian June 12, 2012 at 16:04

Usual Rad-Fem screeching, rabid bile calling for your (and our) collective rape in prison,

In that case, I hope Abdul shows them a good time the next time they take a trip to Amsterdam for a pleasure excursion.

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Classic Joe June 12, 2012 at 16:11

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Facepalm time again June 12, 2012 at 16:22

That’s an amazing story that you link to AfoR.

Even more surprising is that there are only two comments with 1100+ votes, I wonder how many comments they are weeding out, and why?

Perhaps the overwhelming stench of bullshit is preventing other commenters buying into this holocaust that I haven’t seen any sign of. Would have thought that there’d be other stories in the meedja, but no just one story in the Wail.

Still, at least they’re laying off of the Satanic Richoools this time, even they thought that wouldn’t fly again. Can’t see where they have to go from here? Tricky to double down on thousands of child sex abuse victims of ALL sectors of (male) society.

Time to get a new Deputy Children’s Commissioner as this one is clearly completely fucking incompetent. Why has this been kept quiet on her watch?

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AfOR June 12, 2012 at 16:31

@ facepalm

“Even more surprising is that there are only two comments with 1100+ votes, I wonder how many comments they are weeding out, and why?”

Exctomundo, thousands of comments, and only those TWO passed moderation….

like I said, we are starting the endgame

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Pirran June 12, 2012 at 17:18

@AfOR

“see my link above, the wimminz are now making INSANELY exaggerated claims, to double down once more they have to say 5 year old girls and routinely blowing queues of guys for two hours straight, and then it will have to be babies, and then there are no further plays possible”

I suppose they could start at the other end. Then the Daily Wail could start posting stories about 80 year old grannies being forced to blow 12 year old boys for 2 days just to get their heating allowance.

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Huck Finn June 12, 2012 at 17:32

“which is why the screeching against the Vatican has been so loud and shrill”

Women shriek, whine, and rant. Men speak calmly, quietly, and thoughtfully.

It’s time to turn off the lights and go to sleep little girls.

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Anonymous Reader June 12, 2012 at 17:34

It looks like re-arranging the deck chairs, to me.
Look, as has already been pointed out, the Roman church bought into the socialist “social justice” meme a long time ago. It was the US RC Bishops that opposed tax cuts 30 years ago, and supported the nuclear freeze, remember? It is the US RC Bishops that have never met a social welfare scheme they didn’t support. The same Bishops who never have lifted a finger – not a pinky – to say one word about divorce theft, about false rape accusations, or other feminist demands. The same Bishops who supported Obamacare and only oppose it now because of the contraception / abortion issue. If Obama was smart, he’d have carved out an exception for the RC and that would have bought them off completely.

The RC church is totally comfortable with an overwhelmingly powerful state; it got along just fine with Mussolini in Italy, with a whole long line of dictators (Peron, Somoza, etc.) in Latin America, Franco in Spain, etc. As long as the church gets its cut of the action – no taxes on its property, for example – it will go along with pretty much any tyranny. And that includes feminist tyranny.

I don’t see them as allies. The RC church can be useful at times, but it’s actively collaborated so many times with feminists, Marxists, National Socialists and other tyrants that it simply cannot be trusted.

Go ahead and neg me. I can defend every statement with references.

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Ted June 12, 2012 at 18:23

‘There isn’t a town, village or hamlet in which children are not being sexually exploited,’ she says

Ah, England. Land of the hamlet, where you can roam the green and pleasant countryside, going from hamlet to hamlet, seeing only the occasional unicorn or maybe My Little Pony. Those poor little girls. There’s a picture of one of them on the Daily Mail page.

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Gilgamesh June 12, 2012 at 19:02

Some woman complaining about Justinian’s comment sez:
“The scary thing is that, since men like him treat women as slaves, they have more children, thus this differential reproductive rate between misogynists and everyone else will inexorably bring them back in the majority one day. ”

Yep, they know the game is up all right.

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PeterTheGreat June 12, 2012 at 19:05

AFoR@

I looked at the original from the Mail, and it says:
“Ms Berelowitz said the recent sex abuse case in Rochdale – which involved mostly men of Pakistani origin abusing white girls ”

Thus this is just another case of barbaric Islamics raping white girls in England, and calling their friends to join in.

The same thing that Burmese beat several Islamics to death for in Burma; and have ongoing riots there over.

Why don’t the Brits and other Euros send these people back to their hovels in Islamland?

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AfOR June 12, 2012 at 19:05

Comedy is often prophetic

2001 Brass Eye Paedogeddon

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLyLGrbKokI

paedos disguised as schools etc…

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The Whammer June 12, 2012 at 19:45

Hysterical Joe writes “Did the vatican end the cold war? ‘

I’m sure that the last Polish Pope did have a big part in destroying communism. You’ll notice that at his funeral that Bush the VP and the cabinet were in attendance.

And btw, Catholics are the largest religious group in the world and include all peoples.
You must be one of these trailer park dummies from Podunk if you believe that places like Germany where half the people are Catholic or Italy are shitholes.

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jaego June 12, 2012 at 19:54

Admit that there’s more than one issue in world – however important that issue is. Otherwise you end up supporting Muslim Rapists as several here do routinely.

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Huck Finn June 12, 2012 at 20:11

Catholicism allied with Islam at war with the feminist witches. I like that visual maybe turn it into a film.

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The Whammer June 12, 2012 at 20:49

Justinian writes “The church bought into the whole “social justice” bit as if all the poor “families” …….

A lot of that was in countries where the 1% of the Dons owned 90% of the land. If you don’t try to equalise things a bit you get communists in like Hugo Chavez or a Castro.

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Antifeminist One June 12, 2012 at 20:58

O/T, but relevant to the disaster known as modern parenting:

Single mother of five (and pregnant with sixth), abandons her young children for 8 days to visit new boyfriend. They run out of food and end up wandering streets.

http://www.news.com.au/national/home-alone-children-in-twonsville-survived-on-rice-bubbles-while-mother-visited-boyfriend/story-e6frfkvr-1226394101739

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Paul Murray June 12, 2012 at 21:18

That average age stat is an eye-opener. Either those organisations are only open to the eldest nuns, or there are simply not a lot of young ones. I’m guessing the latter.

The lesbianism is not the least bit surprising. Religious orders has always been an escape-hatch for gay people who want to avoid the stake. And those faaaabulous robes! Even the disdain of the church for women is symptomatic of an organisation run by gay men.

The only thing that will rescue the churches is large-scale disaster. The sort that might be caused by, ooh, I don’t know. The oil running out?

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Eric June 12, 2012 at 21:20

Price,

‘Mostly falsely assume that the Left is dominated by the young.’

A soundbite on ‘progressive’ talk-radio is that the Tea Party is ‘nothing but a bunch of old white guys’. Actually, that description fits their male hosts a lot more closely than most Tea Partiers whom I’ve met.

The numbers on LCWR speak for themselves. I think a lot of these radical nuns actually fell victim to their own ‘multiculturalism’ and ‘inclusionism’. All of the Gaia-worship and ‘goddess within’ schmaltz that is being dished out on younger feminised women has pretty much made things like feminised Christianity irrelevant to them. As usual, the feminists can’t do anything right: they set out to undermine the Church and did themselves in instead.

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Paul Murray June 12, 2012 at 21:25

“Single mother of five (and pregnant with sixth), abandons her young children for 8 days to visit new boyfriend.”

Townsville, eh? An immediate, ahhh, *issue* springs to the mind of any white australian. Check out the map – Deeragun is not in the nice part of Townsville near the coast, where the tourists go.

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W.F. Price June 12, 2012 at 21:29

That average age stat is an eye-opener. Either those organisations are only open to the eldest nuns, or there are simply not a lot of young ones. I’m guessing the latter.

-Paul Murray

Definitely the latter. But it’s telling that the more leftist of the two is the one with almost no recruits. Makes sense, though. Why would a young person join an organization that pretty much openly admits it participates in a fraud?

Tim June 12, 2012 at 22:57

I love all these screeds against the Catholic Church. Hey, I’ll be the first to admit they’ve fucked up a lot. They’re a massive organization, so they are going to make many mistakes. But bigotry against them is not the answer. It’s like saying that all cops are assholes because some of them are assholes. The point Welmer is making is that unlike other denominations, they haven’t embraced the Rainbow Coalition and given every minority group a big hug. They openly piss on feminism and will never ordain women. They’re anti-abortion and teach that women submit to male authority. Only men can be priests, and women can’t. What other church has the balls to do that?

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Jim June 12, 2012 at 23:40

I have to totally agree with Afor about the MSM.

IMO they are one of the biggest reasons if not the biggest reason that things are as bad as they are now.

I could write a book on how badly my local media has distorted stories that I knew the truth about because they happened to people that I knew very well and knew the truth about…but I will spare everyone the grief.

Simply put the MSM is scum and make no mistake they are no friend of any guy.

The next time you see the MSM plaster the face of some innocent guy all over their newspapers and tv channels ruining his life. Remember they will do it to you also.

On the topic of nuns. There is another huge cover up by the media. I’m sure everyone on here has heard of priests abusing kids. Well nuns have abused the hell out of kids also both sexually and physically. And where is the coverage of that in the media???

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Nemo June 12, 2012 at 23:52

My grandmother is an uber-Catholic and my father went to a Catholic school.

His experience led him to declare that “Those damn nuns are never getting their hands on my kids!” There are no more practicing Catholics on his branch of the family tree.

A minor theological seminary about four blocks from my house burned down in the ’70s in what was reported as an arson by a young person. Local rumor was that it was payback for priests molesting young men – one of them supposedly got some payback. It’s a local college today, only nominally Catholic.

The Church has been slitting its own throat for fifty years. Perhaps they have decided to put down the razor.

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Eric June 12, 2012 at 23:53

Jim:
‘Simply put the MSM is scum’

Totally agree. The only value the MSM has is that whenever they ‘report’ a story, you can safely assume that the opposite of what they’re saying is true.

Even worse is the fact that they continually cover up stories and feed stupid distractions to the public instead.

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walking in hell June 13, 2012 at 01:24

“but at least it looks like things are finally turning around. ”

“we are moving into the endgame now”

Nope… we are just getting started. The best thing that came from the Catholics was this quote from John Paul 2: “so goes the family, so goes the nation, so goes the world we live in.”

Feminism was only the carcinogen needed to sell the institutions and policies to naive women and men. The cancer is everything that results from adapting those intitutions and policies. So even though feminism may be ridiculed as a doctrine, its institutions and policies are not going anywhere, so the cancer will spread.

Take for example, the institution of the family courts.

Stage 1 cancer is when men are when children are removed from their fathers and fathers are marginalized.

Stage 2 cancer is when this generation of boys and girls fail themselves at marriage, and bring more fatherless children into being. Those fatherless children will in turn create more fatherless children.

Stage 3 and stage 4 cancer are poverty, higher crime rates, higher incarceration, higher depression, higher suicide, lower life expectancy, lower education, greater isolation, and a drastic reduction in the quality of life.

In short what happened to black families, will happen more and more to Caucasian and Asian families.

The same analysis can be applied to policies such as the VAWA. The end game cancer is higher incarceration, poverty, crime, etc.

In fact what you might see is a tighter collaboration among the disparate institutions. For example, family court judges taking kickbacks from private prisons for sending men into prisons for back child support, and hence more economic motive to dismember families and create more fatherless children. Then because the fatherless children have no protection from fathers, the same prison owners give kickbacks to judges to send fatherless children to juvenile prison.

You can see what a post-feminist world looks like in modern Russia. Though communist feminism as a doctrine is long gone, men are still marginalized, fatherless homes are around 25%, divorce is over 60%, prostitution is rampant, men die at 58, the suicide rate is high, hyperhypergamy is practiced.

The only way things would change in America if those people from broken homes were forbidden to breed and divorce and adultery were outlawed and family courts and related feminist institutions and policies were shut down. That is not going to happen, and even if those things did happen the change would be so slow as to be imperceptible.

In the near term, for a man in America, I see a lonely walk through a minefield with a tripped mine meaning a world of debt slavery, poverty, and incarceration.

Long-term for a man in America, I see a life like what Russia offers today. Transactional sex, low paid jobs, and an occasional accidental child.

One thing is for sure, for an American man the lifelong nuclear family and career stability is very unlikely and very dangerous to strive for.

I wish I were wrong, but I don’t think I am.

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alpha June 13, 2012 at 01:31

[[They openly piss on feminism and will never ordain women. They’re anti-abortion and teach that women submit to male authority. Only men can be priests, and women can’t. What other church has the balls to do that?]]

Yes, seriously worth respect.

[[Catholicism allied with Islam at war with the feminist witches. I like that visual maybe turn it into a film.]]

[[Otherwise you end up supporting Muslim Rapists as several here do routinely.]]
*gasp* how howwible

Hear,Hear!

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alpha June 13, 2012 at 01:31

[[[[Catholicism allied with Islam at war with the feminist witches. I like that visual maybe turn it into a film.]]]]

Oh yeah!

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Zero June 13, 2012 at 04:25
Opus June 13, 2012 at 05:31

Back to The Catholic Nuns ( I give no credence to these stories from the North of England, and though I am no fan of The Muslims in England, I don’t believe a word of it):

I met a Nun at a social gathering in Washington D.C. It was obviously ‘dress down Friday’ for her (even though I suspect she dressed like that every day), so I naturally made a pass – I would never do that to a Nun in her proper uniform, but seeing she was single and dressed like any other young woman I presumed availabity – what else was I to assume? She was fairly off-ish with me, so I suppose she must have been a man-hating lesbian, and so I moved on.

Every occupation has its uniform, and to abandon that uniform gives a signal, in this case a two finger salute to her bosses. If they won’t wear their uniform then one must wonder what else it is that they are causing trouble over. If they don’t like it, why don’t they just nail their thirty-nine thesis to the door of The Shrine of The Immaculate Conception (in Washington)? – which is I believe the largest Catholic Church in America (and a stunning Byzantine-style building). I’d like to have taken my turn at giving that bad-tempered Nun her turn on the Ducking-Stool – might have improved her attitude.

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dhanu June 13, 2012 at 07:03

OT: The entitlement princess charged with DUI asks Obama to fire the cop: http://m.hollywoodreporter.com/news/amanda-bynes-dui-obama-333498

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PeterTheGreat June 13, 2012 at 07:20

Paul Murray@
“The only thing that will rescue the churches is large-scale disaster. ”

I think W.F. is correct. The Church thinks in centuries. What we are living through is a minor blip that is now being corrected.

What will really galvanize the Church, though, is when the Muslims start killing some bishops. Then we’ll see some real action.

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Anonymous age 70 June 13, 2012 at 07:54

>>What will really galvanize the Church, though, is when the Muslims start killing some bishops. Then we’ll see some real action.

Yeah, they will ask for volunteers to go fight them. I think they will call it the Holy Crusades?

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Huck Finn June 13, 2012 at 08:14

I suspect that if Rome cracks down fast and hard on the practices of liberalism and feminism among the clergy, nuns, and masses then it is bound to lose a number of people. The Church has already lost a number of moderate and conservative Catholics because of the moral corruption. Other people will be drawn to Catholicism who are fed up with the modern gender-raunch society.

The Yale Catholic lesbian nun ,whose book was criticized by the Church, claims her book is not teaching against Catholicism as it teaches about something beyond religion: “it’s about love”. OK, please excuse me while I go dry my tears. Her book teaches toleration for immoral behavior that goes against the core ethics of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.

I can’t wait for the next move by the Vatican!

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Huck Finn June 13, 2012 at 08:19

Yup, it’s time for a new Christian Crusade and a new Muslim Jihad. This time the enemy is feminism. Time kick the evil feminist genie back in its bottle. What a great opportunity to bring peace to the earth and unity to mankind.

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"The One" June 13, 2012 at 08:59

Huck Finn wrote “Catholicism allied with Islam at war with the feminist witches. I like that visual maybe turn it into a film.”

It’s called Dune, written by Frank Herbert and directed by David Lynch

In the far future, A Catholic sect along with a ZenSunni (Buddhist) / (Muslim) sect are at war with matriarchal witches and a twisted civilization which uses sick science.

The religious conservatives banned artificial intelligence after an AI aborts a woman’s fetus against her will.

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dragnet June 13, 2012 at 09:06

Not sure what to make of this really. On the one hand, the Catholic Church has always been against left-wing political feminism—it has always been openly pro-life, anti-contraception, etc. It’s probably a good thing that they’re ramping up efforts in this sphere, but it’s low hanging fruit as far as I’m concerned.

The real test will be whether they start to get serious about marriage, aka: will they stop handing out annulments like candy? I don’t have much faith that they will. It’s one thing to take on pro-choicers, sluts, and dykes but it’s another thing entirely to take on white knights, socon feminists, and the divorce industry.

Not holding my breath.

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keyster June 13, 2012 at 10:26

‘Simply put the MSM is scum’
Totally agree. The only value the MSM has is that whenever they ‘report’ a story, you can safely assume that the opposite of what they’re saying is true.
Even worse is the fact that they continually cover up stories and feed stupid distractions to the public instead.

Leftist/Progressive ideology has had a monoply on the MSM since the 1960′s. They were educated in Leftist/Progressive halls of Academia, with degrees in journalism, communications, political science and law. And went on to propogate our print media and television with each generation.

Why does there seem to be so much left/right polarity within the last several years? Because of Talk Radio, Fox News and the internet or New Media. Leftist/Progressive/Feminists no longer have complete control over what we see and hear. Their biased reporting has been revealed, through localized bloggers and exposés. They’ve lost control of the Media to spread their propaganda and they’re panic sticken.

What’s the lead story on The Today Show this morning?
David Arquette has filed for divorce from Courtney Cox.
OMG!

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jaego June 13, 2012 at 10:55

So the enemy of your enemy is your friend? Ah, the naivete of the naifs. Sure, use the Muslims if they are of use – but never forget they are an enemy. They will never forget what you are – bank on it.

As I have said before, the modern White Man lacks all subtlety. It’s always all or nothing with him. Watch the Godfather if you want to learn how traditional men deal with people. The Godfather smiled outwardly at many; inwardly at very few.

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"The One" June 13, 2012 at 14:57

jaego writes “So the enemy of your enemy is your friend? Ah, the naivete of the naifs.”

You underestimate the scope of the problem if you think you can afford to dismiss men of other religions and races.

Feminism is taking everything from every man all over the world at once. Christian, Jew, Moslem, Sikh, Zoroastrian, Hindu, Buddhist, Confucian, Shinto – every man is losing his status, civil rights, dignity, livelihood.

These men are not my enemies. Every man who opposes Feminism is my ally. Together, we will put women back in their place.

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American June 13, 2012 at 18:27

Keyster says…
“Why does there seem to be so much left/right polarity within the last several years? Because of Talk Radio, Fox News and the internet or New Media. Leftist/Progressive/Feminists no longer have complete control over what we see and hear. Their biased reporting has been revealed, through localized bloggers and exposés. They’ve lost control of the Media to spread their propaganda and they’re panic stricken”.
American say… That my friend is worth repeating!! I would add, that the neo Gender-Raunch establishment have usurped their “Empowerment” not by extolling their virtues, but by constantly Inflaming the public with false accusations and manufactured statistics, and keeping the ignorant masses in a mild state of urgency, and panic, its almost a form of “mass hysteria”.

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Anon June 13, 2012 at 19:56

It’s not just the radical feminist nuns. The really serious ones either quit and moved over to Protestant faiths that allowed them to become pastors, or inspired women to demand the right to become pastors.

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david June 13, 2012 at 21:16

a little too much nun bashing here
i know personally of their compassion and kindness
their generations of sacrifice have helped raise many great American women and men

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Huck Finn June 14, 2012 at 10:34

The One wrote:

“It’s called Dune, written by Frank Herbert and directed by David Lynch”

Good insight and comment. I’ve read the entire Dune series by Herbert (more than 1x) and seen the films. Reflecting back on it, Herbert probably did place the Bene Gesserit (witches) into it to represent feminists. The sought after ‘spice’ represented oil. I haven’t read the new Dune books written by others yet may look into them.

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Huck Finn June 14, 2012 at 12:38

Follow-up to above: the new series of Dune books have lousy reviews.

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David Collard June 15, 2012 at 20:14

It is good to see my church getting something right. I think Rome has feared an Americanist schism. Hence the slow pace. John Paul II was something of a feminist, and terrified of schism. Benedict is less of a people-pleaser.

What have we learned from this debacle? Women have to be under the authority of men in the spiritual realm or they go off the rails.

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David Collard June 15, 2012 at 20:23

FSTDT came and chewed my leg at my blog because of this:

http://davidcollard.wordpress.com/2010/11/23/the-broken-window-theory-of-crime-and-dealing-with-women-and-children/

I was glad to have offended them.

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Anonymous Reader June 16, 2012 at 14:45

Dragnet, there’s more to leftist feminism than abortion and contraception. There’s a whole panoply of issues, typically involving overturning some part of the established Constitution. Family court, remember? Ever hear or read of any comment by the RC Church on that? How about VAWA? How about Bradley? Ever read a single word from the oh-so-family oriented Catholic church regarding debt slavery for divorced men? The RC Church is all for “living wages”, but oddly enough they don’t seem to want any country to be able to actually control its borders. Well, ok, I’m sure the RC Church never politics in Mexico to let more Guatamalans and Hondurans in to that country. But the US Bishops are just fine with open borders in this country.

Proof? No problem!

Obama announces amnesty for a category of illegal aliens (younger ones). How do the oh so conservative RC Bishops respond? They love it. Got that? It’s not that the RC Bishops revere the US Constitution – they don’t. It’s not that they oppose high-handed, unConstitutional, unilateral power grabs by the US President – they don’t.

All the RC Bishops want is their piece of the action be left alone. That’s it. Here are the facts of the case, in a PDF document.

http://www.justiceforimmigrants.org/documents/DREAM-Statement-6-15-2012.pdf

Destroying countries via uncontrolled immigration is just fine with the Catholic church, so long as they get their piece of the action.

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Rusty June 19, 2012 at 07:55

The older I get the more I realize why so many old folks are rarely visited in the retirement homes: they were perfect jerks when they were younger and now they are reaping their reward. Rot and die, commie scum.

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Rusty June 19, 2012 at 08:08

“a little too much nun bashing here
i know personally of their compassion and kindness
their generations of sacrifice have helped raise many great American women and men”

I have seen only a few nuns and they were all feminazis in habits, working busily to destroy what’s left of my church, family, and country. Where’s their compassion for me and mine? They suck off my tax dollars and work busily to bring the whole terd world here and to replace Christianity with a bunch of Judaeo, new-age, globalist poison. Flush those terds back down to hell where they came from.

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