What, exactly is going on?
Here are a few of the bad speakers at the conference last week which was hosted but NOT organized by the Vatican. Rather an outside organization did the dirty (headed by Lucifer himself from the looks of things):
Deborah Rose-Milavec -- feminist and advocate of women's ordination, head of Future Church and one of the organizers of the conference
Tina Beattie -- feminist and advocate of abortion, women's ordination, homosexual activity, and same-sex "marriage"
The LifeSite article described what a reporter for the leftwing rag, National Catholic Reporter, wrote about the conference:
it “may have been the first such public conversation ever to take place at the center of the Catholic hierarchy.” Using language comparable to that of the feminist “womenpriests” movement, he said the topics discussed included “the need for the church to practice what it preaches about full equality between men and women, to include women in every level of decision-making, and to use inclusive language in its worship.”
He remarked that while the topic of “women’s ordination” was “only discussed tangentially,” nevertheless the speakers “addressed the jarring lack of women in ministry in the church and in leadership positions in the Catholic hierarchy.” He quotes Vatican Radio’s Gudrun Sailer, who said, “It’s about recognizing, realizing that excluding women from the church [does] not conform to the Gospel. It’s not what the Gospel wants.”Well, by implication, the Gospel wants abortion, homosexual sex, women's ordination and all that goes with it. This conference certainly reflects Pope Paul VI's statement that the smoke of Satan has entered the sanctuary. It certainly is polluting the Vatican City State. So exactly who approved the Vatican hosting this wicked event? This should lead us all to recognize how serious we must be in praying for deliverance.
And then there was the OTHER conference, the inside one sponsored by the Pontifical Council for Culture. Here's what LifeSiteNews said about it:
The internal event, sponsored by the Vatican’s own Pontifical Council for Culture, while having a less radical agenda, was still criticized for kow-towing to feminist paradigms. Critics expressed concern that the agenda for the meeting contained the jargon-heavy language of academic feminism but little that would mark this officially sponsored Vatican event as Catholic. Topics included, “Between equality and difference: the quest for an equilibrium,” “‘Generativity’ as a symbolic code,” “The female body: between culture and biology,” and “Women and religion: flight or new forms of participation in the life of the Church?” None of the materials for either conference contained a single reference to the Virgin Mary or the female saints or doctors of the Church.
After pulling a video promoting the event in early February that was blasted on Twitter by hundreds of viewers from all sides of the Catholic political divide, the Council posted a photo of a headless, legless and armless statue, bound with ropes. When criticized again for this photo, which many compared with the pornographic film 50 Shades of Grey, the Council posted a note saying that although they acknowledged the criticisms, Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi had personally decided the photo would stay. The photo, and the note, have since been removed.Let us turn to St. Joseph, patron of the Universal Church, asking him to intercede for our spiritual fathers who continually demonstrate how clueless (or malicious) they are. O good St. Joseph, pray for us and for Holy Mother Church under such attack from those who should be her greatest protectors. Our Lady, Mother of the Church, pray for us.