I was doing this on Twitter, but I think it’s more important than that. So we’re going to do a quick lesson in how to do Vatican commentary and analysis: “Asking the Right Questions.” Here’s the sample story of the day, La Stampa’s take on
CONGREGATION FOR INSTITUTES OF CONSECRATED LIFE AND SOCIETIES OF APOSTOLIC LIFE “ECCLESIAE SPONSAE IMAGO”, INSTRUCTION ~ Trying to get a statement from an actual consecrated virgin, but so far, only this: “Any theology on the Ordo Virginum is theology about the Church which we reflect.
While all the rest of the Catholic world is McCarricking (you heard it as a verb here first!) we’re still plugging through the nun document. The more I read it, and the more I hear from religious about it, the more clear it becomes that
A sister speaks: “St. Teresa specifically set up the monasteries so that none of this would take place. And now it’s going to be done to us.”
Latest instalment for the Remnant: “To have a federal president who can decide to take the novices away, or take all our finances, or tell the Holy See we’re no longer ‘viable’ – this is a disaster. St. Teresa specifically set up the monasteries so
This is terrifying. The more I read and think about it, and the more I discuss things with nuns themselves, the more frightening and disastrous it seems. The nuns are just sitting there in the crosshairs. The lack of communication between them is a big