A day late and a dollar short?
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/8189793.stm

Vatican questions whether American nuns are on-side.
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Sister Mary Mackay says, "the Vatican shouldn't impose its views"  :mad:
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(08-09-2009, 04:15 AM)ggreg Wrote: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/8189793.stm

Vatican questions whether American nuns are on-side.

Sister Kathy has never worn a habit, and moved out of the convent long ago to live among the people she serves.
But she says the Church need have no worry about the way she meets her religious calling.

Sister Kathy to the diocese where his order is operation and through that is under the supervision of the Holy See until she is
Catholic. Naturally she may change denomination, even establish her own, but this means she is not Catholic any more.

As for her idea French priest called working priests tried this in the fifties and they failed. Most of them get marries
and they were condemned by the Holy See before Vatican II for their questionable doctrine and behavior.

I hope that sister Kathy is not the representative of the American nuns,  just one who wandered away from the Church
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(08-09-2009, 09:15 AM)glgas Wrote: I hope that sister Kathy is not the representative of the American nuns,  just one who wandered away from the Church
She's pretty typical. They work in some social-justice setting, like the ones featured in the news article, or in religious education, where they can indoctrinate children into some false belief, or they run retreat houses where they teach enneagrams and other weird stuff. 

I suppose there still are nuns in habits living in the cloister, but who sees them?

The Vatican investigation is far more than a day late and a dollar short.

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