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At least the Catholic Church had the courage to deny someone a Catholic funeral...

Catholic Church Denies Female Priest a Catholic Burial

Produced by Susie An on Tuesday, May 18, 2010

http://www.wbez.org/Content.aspx?audioID=42053

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Photo courtesy of Roman Catholic Womenpriests

A woman who challenged a Catholic ordination ban has died. The Catholic church will not allow her to be buried at a Catholic parish.

Janine Denomme was ordained a priest in April by a group called Roman Catholic Womenpriests. She had been battling cancer and yesterday she died in her Edgewater home.

The Catholic church never recognized Denomme's ordination. The Archdiocese of Chicago says Denomme automatically separated herself from the Church when she participated in "the simulation of the sacrament of Holy Orders." The diocese says she knowingly and willingly participated in the simulation and brought excommunication upon herself. And because of that Denomme is denied a Catholic funeral. The Archdiocese says Denomme would only be allowed a Church burial if she gave "some sign of repentance before death."

Denomme's funeral mass will be held at First United Methodist Church in Evanston.
Alleluia!
While we should not rejoice that someone has died, apparently holding fast to her sin, it is good to see the Church authorities involved taking a stand for Catholic principles. 
(05-18-2010, 01:09 PM)JayneK Wrote: [ -> ]While we should not rejoice that someone has died, apparently holding fast to her sin, it is good to see the Church authorities involved taking a stand for Catholic principles. 
you're right.
we should pray for this poor misguided soul and thank God that the clergy are finally standing up for something
(05-18-2010, 01:21 PM)RalphKramden Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-18-2010, 01:09 PM)JayneK Wrote: [ -> ]While we should not rejoice that someone has died, apparently holding fast to her sin, it is good to see the Church authorities involved taking a stand for Catholic principles. 
you're right.
we should pray for this poor misguided soul and thank God that the clergy are finally standing up for something

Exactly, I weep for a soul that barring a final act of repentance is most likely in Hell, but I rejoice that the Church finally stood up for the truth.


too bad they didn't deny Teddy Kennedy a public Catholic funeral. 
th ejourny home starts with a thousand steps

did you catch this?

"Denomme's funeral mass will be held at First United Methodist Church in Evanston."

probably "concelebrated" by a group of "woman priests."


the media are showing their agenda by reporting the story as if she really were a priest, not making clear that there are no women priests in the Catholic Church. 


"A woman who challenged a Catholic ordination ban has died. The Catholic church will not allow her to be buried at a Catholic parish."


she was not banned from being ordained, she just didn't qualify for the priesthood because she was female.  and she didn't just challenge it by speaking or writing against it. she chose to be "ordained" by a schismatic group, and by doing that she excommunicated herself.

Janine Denomme was ordained a priest in April by a group called Roman Catholic Womenpriests. She had been battling cancer and yesterday she died in her Edgewater home.

why would a dying person choose to excommunicate herself?  it boggles the mind.

The Catholic church never recognized Denomme's ordination. The Archdiocese of Chicago says Denomme automatically separated herself from the Church when she participated in "the simulation of the sacrament of Holy Orders."

notice how it's written as if her "ordination" really existed and simply wasn't recognized by the mean old Church.



(05-18-2010, 02:22 PM)i.p.i. Wrote: [ -> ]the media are showing their agenda by reporting the story as if she really were a priest, not making clear that there are no women priests in the Catholic Church. 

The media showing bias against the Catholic Church?  What next - the sun rising in the east?  ;D
(05-18-2010, 01:34 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: [ -> ]th ejourny home starts with a thousand steps

Oh, gracious.  Sticking tongue out at you I thought it always started with just one step.  Shrug But to start with a thousand steps, now that would be a difficult journey indeed.... Maybe for a millipede, it'd be easier. They start their travels with a whole lot of steps, don't they? 

What sort of a title do priestesses like? Are they called "Mother"?

But seriously, it's too bad about her, though. Very sad.  Pray