fredag 17 april 2009

Inkvisition pågår...

Följande är ur en artikel i NCR. Det hela handlar om att kvinnliga ordenssystrar i ledande ställning ska synas i sömmarna för sin (i kardinal Levadas ögon alltför liberala, får man förmoda) inställning till kvinnliga präster, ekumenik och homosexuella.

Detta är separerat från inkv...visitationen jag tidigare berättade om.

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“The Leadership Conference of Women Religious received on March 10 a letter dated February 20, 2009 from Cardinal William Levada, prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF). The letter announces CDF’s decision to conduct a doctrinal assessment of LCWR’s activities and initiatives.

“At this time, LCWR knows neither the process nor timeline for completion of this assessment. As more information is made available to LCWR, the conference will take the appropriate steps to prepare for its participation in the assessment. LCWR faces this process with confidence, believing that the conference has remained faithful to its mission of service to leaders of congregations of women religious as they seek to further the mission of Christ in today’s world.”

The Vatican assessment has become necessary, according to Levada, because at the 2001 meeting between the women’s leadership conference and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which took place in Rome, the women were invited “to report on the initiatives taken or planned” to promote the reception of three areas of Vatican doctrinal concern: the 1994 apostolic letter Ordinatio sacerdotalis, the 2000 declaration Dominus Jesus from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and “the problem of homosexuality.”

Ordinatio sacerdotalis, Latin for “On the Ordination to the Priesthood,” was a Vatican document that reasserted that Catholic ordination to the priesthood is reserved for men alone and that the church “has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women.”

Dominus Jesus was a declaration that, in part, insisted that non-Catholic Christians are “in a gravely deficient situation in comparison with those who, in the church, have the fullness of the means of salvation” and that non-Catholic Christian communities suffer “defects.” It was viewed at the time by some Catholic theologians and leaders of other religions as a major setback in interreligious dialogue.

In a 1986 letter written by then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict, to the world’s bishops, he wrote: “Although the particular inclination of the homosexual person is not a sin, it is a more or less strong tendency ordered toward an intrinsic moral evil; and thus the inclination itself must be seen as an objective disorder.”

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1 kommentarer:

Mikael 17 april 2009 10:07  

Hej Charlotte Therese!

Här gör du urskiljningens andes verk!

Du kommer att få mycket jobbigt bli frånstött ditt kristna liv.

Är det värt det!

Du slåss nu för grunden för församlingen skall vara och förbli frisk.

Jag anser att detta är viktigt!

Och vad vore ett arbete i sanningens tjänst om man hela tiden begår brott på den!

Vad leder denna kamp till.
Jo, om en av andegåvorna blir bortränsad kommer de andra att bli styrda till att anpassas för sitt syfte och då är Den helige andes kraft en privatsak.

Detta kväser det heligas samfund.

Ett stort tack! Charlotte Therese

"Jag tror på kyrkans framtid nu."

Mikael

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