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    #6569
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    [color=darkblue:2g4hlgc2]Anything outside the Catholic Church is rather easy to justify. Just interpret things as you wish. [/color:2g4hlgc2]

    #6570
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    After reading this, I would just like to say…. [b:1betnsc7]Man[/b:1betnsc7], it’s good to be Catholic. <img loading=” title=”Cool” />

    #6571
    Anonymous
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    hmm, perhaps “ignorance is bliss”?

    #6572
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    The Church has no authority to ordain women to the priesthood, let alone a bishopric. This has been the understanding of the Church and was recently reiterated explicitly and unambiguously by the late Pope John Paul II in [i:36uo705g]Ordinatio Sacerdotalis[/i:36uo705g].

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    [quote:2vso5e8u]hmm, perhaps “ignorance is bliss”?[/quote:2vso5e8u]

    [color=darkblue:2vso5e8u]Sorry if I offended you gesundheit. <img loading=” title=”Sad” />
    I really don’t make that statement out of ignorance. [/color:2vso5e8u]

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    [quote:1a5l15wy]hmm, perhaps “ignorance is bliss”?[/quote:1a5l15wy]

    I’m sorry if I offended you as well. I didn’t make my statement out of ignorance either. <img loading=” title=”Neutral” /> Peace be with you <img loading=” title=”Wink” />

    #6583
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    :lol: that’s quite alright guys, what made you think “ignorance is bliss” was in reference to you?

    #6587
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    Because I think you were offended by it.

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    <img loading=” title=”Wink” />

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    <img loading=” title=”Very Happy” />

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    [quote:1ezodxbr][color=darkblue:1ezodxbr]Anything outside the Catholic Church is rather easy to justify. Just interpret things as you wish. [/color:1ezodxbr][/quote:1ezodxbr]

    What I find most curious is that there is no reference to the will of God or the Holy Spirit in their choice. Light without truth leads to these kinds of self interpretation. I’m sure she is a Holy and devote person. But, that alone is not a reason to ignore the truth or that which was established by Christ and the Apostles.

    God Bless!

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    [quote:qo63whim]What I find most curious is that there is no reference to the will of God or the Holy Spirit in their choice.[/quote:qo63whim]
    It seems they decide things rather ad hoc. “We’ll do it this way because we feel like it” seems to be the impetus behind many of their decisions. Is there even a discernment process? How can they be sure this is God’s desire?

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