Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Jesus a Hermaphrodite?

Today's Democrat and Chronicle contains a Letter to the Editor that typifies the radical feminist ideology that passes for catechesis in some of our parishes these days. In Gender shouldn't be a qualifier, author Mike Bleeg tells us,

As a male Catholic, I was amazed by the April 17 essay defending why only men can be priests in the Roman Catholic Church. The writer stated that Jesus was male. Therefore, only men can be priests. Sisters and fathers taught me that Jesus was fully human and fully divine. As fully human, Jesus had all the characteristics of males and females. As fully divine, Jesus is the creator, sustainer and lover of all of us. (emphasis added)

It sure looks like Mr. Bleeg was taught that Jesus is some kind of a hermaphrodite.

Kyrie eleison.


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Mike said...

"What priest or sister is saying this?"

"My name is Legion, for we are many" (Mark 5:9).

I can't give you exact numbers, Dr. K., but I've heard of similar "catechesis" being given at several parishes. My hunch is that some of it comes out of St. Bernard's, where Sr. Joan Chittister and the like are highly regarded.

Dave said...

They are both in for a rude awakening if they think that the people of St.Anne are going to step aside and let them just run their program. the faith and Tradition will be defended.