Showing posts with label Marinella Perroni. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Marinella Perroni. Show all posts

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Excommunicated Priestesses Invited to the Vatican?

(Rome) last Friday to representatives of militant women's association Women's Ordination Worldwide (WOW) have been received in the Vatican. The organization calls for the introduction of women to the priesthood by the Catholic Church.
According to a WOW spokesman, the excommunicated Pole, Janice Secre-Duszynska, she had been received by a "senior official" of the Vatican Secretariat of State, together with other WOW "priestesses". They wished to leave a petition with which they begin a dialogue and the lifting of the excommunication against persons called by Pope Francis, who work for women priests in the Catholic Church.
Ambiguous wording of Pope Francis may have been conceived as "openness" to several controversial issues. But women priests are not part of his agenda. Pope John Paul II had uttered with the Apostolic Letter Ordinatio Sacerdotalis  in 1994, a definite no to women priests. His affirmation of the sacrament instituted by Christ is considered canonically a pronouncement ex cathedra. The dogmatic character leaves the question out of further discussion.
Last month, however, Francis announced towards the Superiors General of Catholic women religious that he wanted to form a commission to study the role and task of the early Christian deaconesses. The deaconesses of antiquity had no part in the sacrament of Orders, they were not ordained female deacons. Feminist and progressive Church circles have focused, since Ordinatio Sacerdotalis, increasingly on the "women's diaconate" on the grounds that John Paul II. may have indeed explicitly excluded women priests, but not  women deacons. Of this quibble the defender of the Sacraments spoke: There is only a sacrament of orders, which can not be split.  John Paul II had affirmed what the Church has always taught that the sacrament, no matter at what level, whether deacons, priests or bishops, is reserved for men.

WOW - Part of Radical Feminism

Women's Ordination Worldwide (WOW) is part of the radical feminism, which despite Ordinatio Sacerdotalis adheres to the demand for the female priesthood.The organization is therefore not considered as part of the Catholic Church. Their representatives are excommunicated, ie, excluded from the community of the Church.
Pope Francis celebrated from 1-3  June as part of the proclaimed by him Holy Year of Mercy, the "Jubilee for Priests". 6,000 priests from around the world gathered with the Church leader at the Vatican and conversed with them a retreat.


Radical feminism, rally in Rome in 1975

In parallel,  WOW organized an "anniversary of the priestesses", which occured in "International House of Women" in Trastevere, which would have been completely ignored had it not been for the anti-Church and supercritical activism safely assured it of knee-jerk media attention.
The "International House of Women" is a former monastery that was left vacant in 1987 became occupied by the Movimento femminista Romano   (Roman Feminist Movement). Since 1992 the establishment has been financed by  the Roman city left-governments and other left-governed institutions. Developed in the late 60s, the radical feminist movement demanded and promotes the killing of unborn children and homosexuality.

Consecration Simulations: "priestesses" in St. Peter's Square

Last Friday, some women gathered in front of Castel Sant'Angelo, who claim to have been ordained to as "priestesses". Since women have no part in the sacrament of Holy Orders, they are mere consecration simulations without any validity. From Castel Sant'Angelo, the small group moved to St. Peter's Square, where they initially had his picture taken with protest signs  against the backdrop of the St. Peter's Basilica. Then the women went into hiding in the crowd of faithful who streamed into Saint Peter's Square to participate in the Holy Mass on the anniversary of the priest.
"There are now 200 worldwide priestesses. The majority of them are located in the US," said Christina Moreira for AFP, who claims that she was ordained last year in La Coruña in Spain.
Although the "priestesses" of WOW do not believe that there will be priestesses in the Catholic Church in the foreseeable future, 'they applaud the change in climate  which took place in the Church where it now - as they say - is no longer, as formerly, forbidden is to address such an issue," said AFP.

"Priestesses" and promoters of women priesthood automatically excommunicated

The WOW is one of several groups that call for women's access to the sacrament of orders as deacons, priests and bishops. The requirement goes back to the Church 68 movement. The first organized group was formed in 1975. The organization Roman Catholic Women Priests (RCWP) organized the consecration in 2002 of an ordination simulation of several women by an "independent bishop" whose apostolic succession is as vertiginous as the entire staging of the consecration.
In 2007  the Roman Congregation ruled, with the approval of Pope Benedict XVI., that all are  excommunicated, who attempt to procure the sacrement for a woman, and every woman is excommunicated for attempting to acquire the sacrament. Thus the excommunication applies latae sententiae for comparable organizations like WOW.
The emergence of WOW led to the excommunicated Austrian Christine Mayr-Lumetzberger, a former Benedictine. WOW was founded in 1996 in the "First European Women's Synod" in Gmunden, Upper Austria. The aim of the "ecumenical" organization is the implementation of "women's ordination" in the Catholic Church.
The imitation of the priesthood, the speech is also of mimicry, imitating the followed "Jubilee of Priests". In July WOW wants to take part in  World Youth Day in Krakow itself.

Networking among non-Church and within the church circles

If organizations like RCWP, WOC and WOW are outside the Catholic Church, the transition to the left wing of the Church is not exactly defined. The thinking of these organizations extends into Church circles in no small measure. Proof of this is panel discussion event organized on June 1st  at the "Casa Internazionale delle Donne" for the  20th anniversary of WOW.
Participants were: Tony Flannery, an IRISH redemptorist  suspended from the priesthood, who was condemned by the Vatican for disseminating heresies (abortion, homosexuality, women priests); Dana English, pastor of the Anglican Church in Rome; Jamie Manson, a columnist for the progressive US magazine National Catholic Reporter and Marinella Perroni,  professor of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum of Saint Anselm, the Benedictine University in Rome.


Marinella Perroni, gender theologian at Benedictine University Sant-Anselmo

Marinella Perroni, because of her teaching position at a papal university and other ecclesiastical projects, the only real "Church member" in this round, is convinced feminist and gender theologian. Perroni raves for the "pluralistic world" and for representatives of Marxist liberation theology. She sees gender as the "interpretive key for the historical analysis". Perroni found no words of praise for Benedict XVI.   He had been guilty in her eyes of having "worked forcefully against gender theory" and "designated homosexuals as enemies of peace."  Perroni is a member of the governing body of the abortion favorable Fraueninitiative SNOQ. This woman initiative originated in 2011 in the orbit of the political left against the then Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, whom they accused of "sexism."  SNOQ claimed the killing of unborn children as "women's rights". For the gender Theologian Perroni this was obviously no problem.
In June 2014 was Perroni was speaker at a meeting of the Grand Orient of Italy 's "The Secret Council - Second Vatican and Freemasonry". Perroni belongs to the intellectual milieu of those to whom the faithful and vocation-strong Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate were delivered, who were placed, just like the male religious branch  under the provisional control of the Congregation of Religious.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: WOW / MFR / MiL (screenshots)
Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Subjected to Gender Ideologists

Edit: and yet here's an article at Life-Site which cites an Austrian Bishop, Laun of Salzburg, who cites Pope Francis as being opposed to the gender ideology.

(Rome) The Prefect of the Congregation of Religious, Cardinal João Braz de Aviz, appointed last May 19 has assigned Dorothean Sister Fernanda Barbiero as the Apostolic Visitator for the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception (for visitation see Salus animarum suprema lex - Will he Smashing of the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception Begin Now Too? ). The male branch of this religious community has been under provisional administration since July 2013. "Commissioner" Fernanda Barbiero comes from the same cultural milieu as Marinella Perroni, who teaches New Testament at the Benedictine College, Saint Anselm in Rome. Barbiero and Perroni are members of Coordinamento Theologe Italiane (Italian Coordination Centre Theologians, CTI). Perroni is even one of the founders and has led it for years as president. Barbiero and Perroni are "convinced feminists," as an article in the Journal of pastoral issues "Vita Pastorale" states.

First pioneer of the "Christian Socialism," then the "Gender Theology"

Marinella Perroni, New Testament Scholar at Benedictine University of Saint Anselm in Rome, feminist, gender-theologian, and on the board of the abortion favorable Women's Initiative SNOQ
In the article Perroni referred approvingly the struggle of Christians "for  Christian Roots" only "as a rearguard action" and a "backward-looking strategy." Perroni is a staunch advocate of a "pluralistic world" and the "Conciliar Church". In the 70s  the theologian dreamt of  a new catechetical "faith-literacy course", which was developed as a literacy model in Brazil by Paulo Freire  and his "Pedagogy of the Oppressed".
Who was Paulo Freire? The educationalist Freire referred to himself as a "Christian Socialist", who took the ideas of Marxist "liberation theology" as his own and created a syncretic form of Christianity and Gramsci-Marxism. That was the model on which to Marinella Perroni thought the new catechesis should be based. Perroni was ecumenically stamped by Taizé, in the 80's she was a pioneer of gender theory. She promoted  gender as an "interpretive key for historical analysis." This brought her a tribute from the feminist online journal inGenere  as "one of the most important representatives of the gender-theology '."

Gender Theory "The Big Change" - Abortion as "Women's Rights"

Sister Fernanda Barbiero, "Commissioner" of the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, with Perroni CTI Member
It's about the same gender theory that after the Fourth World Conference on Women in 1995 experienced a politico-ideological triumph in Beijing, at the UN conference, where Sister Barbiero was hailed as "the big change".  It is therefore no coincidence that Marinella Perroni showed little sympathy for Pope Benedict XVI.. .The German pope had, according to the theologian, been "guilty" of "intervening forcefully against the gender theory" and to have "called homosexuals as enemies of peace."  Perroni was part of the governing body of the  Women's Initiative   SNOQ begun in 2011 that arose as a left protest movement against the then Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who was accused of "sexism". SNOQ defends the legal killing of unborn children as "women's rights".   It was no problem for the gender theologian Perroni.

Masonic provocation: Symbiosis of Church and Lodge in the Character of "Human Rights"

Freemasons gathered in 2009 in the church ruins of San Galgano in central Italy
A few days ago Perroni appeared in the  company of other great "prophets" of the Conciliar Church, with Alberto Melloni, the undisputed head of the "School of Bologna."  Both were speakers at a meeting of the Masonic Grand Orient of Italy (GOI) about the "Secret Council" (see the report of the secret council - Second Vatican and Freemasonry ). Grandmaster Stefano Bisi went so far as to describe the character of  the "encounter and dialogue," as a fusion of the Catholic Church and Freemasonry in the name of encouraging "human rights and freedoms".
Corrispondenza Romana writes: "It is the eternal temptation that always returns, this time in the form of an open provocation". Grandmaster Stefano Bisi said at the meeting: "I would be really  glad to know what Pope Francis thinks of Freemasonry" and he invoked the same, by no means a random date, for which the Grand Master of the Grand Orient would want a papal signal, the anniversary of  the 1870 breach in the Porta Pia which defeated the Roman city walls,  representing the end of the Papal States and is commemorated  by the Freemasons every year as a holiday. "The next September 20th is to be celebrated because of another breach, a breach that is being used to break down walls that separate the different worlds, who would like to meet. There is a great need for connections. That was also the message of the Second Vatican Council," said the Grand Master.

Grand Orient  Makes Pope Francis and Conciliar Church Its Palace

"You can not accuse the Grand Master not to have  spoken clearly," said Corrispondenza Romana . "The extreme clarity is in the message that's sent out with the meeting and published on the website of the Grand Orient."  It says of the Second Vatican Council: This leap "forward of the Church into the modern society appeals to  Freemasonry, today as then,  which is renewed  today, just as it did during those contentious years,  following with interest the changes that are emerging across the Tiber [in the Vatican]. "Vatican II" presented a unique time of dialogue without a doubt  and mutual understanding, which fall at this stage appears to have begun  a new Conciliar era, where everybody has opportunities to link back to it." Grandmaster Bisi and the Grand Orient are pulling out all the stops to make Pope Francis and the "Church of Vatican II" its palace.

Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Delivered to Gender Theologian?

Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception
Deprived of Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of the Old Rite and the Order line: religious congregation leads to a bull in a china shop.
Given these facts, there is the question of what exactly Marinella Perroni was referring when she recently said in an interview that "big news is possible today, but it needs a serious director" in the Church? The fact is that the cultural humus on which Perroni and the new "Commissioner" of the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate thrive, "is a whole different story,has completely different roots, very different charisms and very different objectives,"  than the traditional  Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, who have already been robbed of the Old Mass and which  some  now want to inflict a "realignment" upon them in the sense of re-education. The gender theologians have a markedly ideological flip side, the face which presents a  reality as different as the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conceptioncan can only produce misunderstanding and suffering. The Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception with its ​​missionary and  contemplative branch are bound by the traditional Rite,  Catholic tradition, and not  least also the inalienable right to life of unborn children.
The responsibility for this lies with the Congregation of Religious that is handing on "pastoral custody" with the subtlety of an elephant in a china shop on its behalf and  is definitely positioned on a particular side.


Text: Giuseppe Nardi
image: Corrispondenza Romana / CTI / GOI / Cronache spawn
Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

The Secret Council -- Second Vatican Council and Freemasonry

(Rome)  Freemasons will also address  the Second Vatican Council on its 50th anniversary. In Rome, no less than the official Grand Orient of Italy has offered a book presentation on June 12, entitled "The Secret Council “. The book of the same name  was presented by journalist Ignazio Ingrao, employee of  Italian state television RAI and a Vaticanist for the weekly magazine Panorama . The subtitle of the book reads: "mystery, intrigue and power games of the event that has changed the face of the Church”.  The book is published by the Catholic publishing house Piemme  of the Pauline  Sisters.

Illustrious Masonic Progressive Roundtable

The Grand Orient, which  is very sensitive to the topic Second Vatican Council, gathered an illustrious progressive roundtable. The "secret council” which is so important  to the most influential Italian obedience   that the Grand Master personally went into action. A separate chapter ("Freemasons at the Council") is dedicated to the aproned brothers. Neither book nor chapters are an indictment, but more of a "home game" as the Grand Master said.  Next  to the author, Ignazio Ingrao, sat Stefano Bisi the new Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy,  Alberto Melloni is head of the progressive "school of Bologna", which still holds, not least with the help of the German Bishops Conference, a near monopoly in the official interpretation of the Council and propagated the thesis of a positive break from the preconciliar period. The gender theologian, Marinella Perroni, a New Testament Scholar at the Pontifical Benedictine University of  Saint Anselm in Rome has an affinity to this camp. The presentation was in the hands of the left-Catholic journalist Marco Polite. A remarkable dialogical networking existed between progressive parts of the Catholic Church and Freemasonry.

“Anticipate” the Church of Tomorrow 

The Grand Orient of Italy, writes on its website about the book: "To understand a so innovative and paradigmatic event as the Second Vatican Council was, and not to do that through an official version, but by testimonies and previously unpublished documents, offers the possibility to go to the roots of what is happening today in the Catholic Church.  To study the Council of yesterday  will help us anticipate the church of tomorrow. Pope Francis has picked up the testimony of his predecessors [Pope John XXIII. and Paul VI.]  and taken the strong and determined commitment to implement the Council. The church in  dialogue, which is aligned to the margins, as the Argentine Pope wants it, is the model that the Council Fathers wanted to carry out. "

The Secret Council of Ignazio IngraoCouncil Almost a “Home Game" for Freemasons?

At the end of the book presentation, Grandmaster Bisi said: "It would be really happy to know what Pope Francis thinks of Freemasonry". In his speech, the Grand Master was pleased about the "open dialogue" of parts of the Church on issues such as "human rights". "The Council” has  here "extraordinary achievements”.  Sometimes the dialogue about the Council appeared to him as a "home game", "I am deeply convinced that there can be fruitful contacts between the Catholic Church and other faiths in the field of human rights and freedom. I think it's time to one more than to separate and I am convinced that a valuable point of encounter and dialogue can be found. "Alluding to the 20th September, in which Freemasonry celebrates its annual victory of the state over the Church, the Grand Master said: "The next September 20th is to be celebrated because of another breach, a breach that is used to break down walls that separate the different worlds, who would like to meet. There is a great need for connections. That was also the message of the Second Vatican Council, which has opened a new era in the Catholic world 50 years ago. A message that is now charged by the pontificate of Bergoglio with a new and very strong innovative thrust that comes from the will of the church to model in their physiognomy new, a review of the pastoral care of interpersonal relationships, an appreciation of the methods that were initiated by those extraordinary meetings, which took place from 1962 to 1965 under Popes John XXIII. and Paul VI.  in an open and democratic debate and intense listening to the society. "
The journalist Stefano Bisi has been since April 6, 2014, the Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy , and thus succeeds Gustavo Raffi. Bisi comes from the Socialist-Masonic milieu of Tuscany and Umbria. The Grand Orient of Italy, founded in Milan in 1805 goes back to Napoleon's stepson, Eugene Beauharnais, the first Grand Master who was  vice-king of Italy, that was a vassal state of France.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
image: Grande Oriente d’Italia
Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
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