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The Church has always hold this holy Tradition that only a men (vir) can truly be ordained a priest. When you are a priest you act in persona Christi captis, in the person of Christ. Try to think about your favorite actress. Let's call her Sandra Bullock. The movie company decided to make a biographic movie about her. But you find out that the role of Sandra will be played by George Clooney. Ridiculous? It's. Can't see a women saying the Words of Jesus: Take it, this is my Body. That's not matter of equality. It's against the God's Law, nobody had authority to change it, even a pope. See Ordinatio Sacerdotalis of Saint John Paul II

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    Re: No way 2014/09/07 22:15:01 (permalink)
    Spiritual transcends the physical.
    This isn't a play. It's the consecration of the body and blood of Christ.
     
    The really sad thing is how people create God in man's image. Defined by sex and prejudice.
     
     
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    The Church has always hold this holy Tradition that only a men (vir) can truly be ordained a priest. When you are a priest you act in persona Christi captis, in the person of Christ. Try to think about your favorite actress. Let's call her Sandra Bullock. The movie company decided to make a biographic movie about her. But you find out that the role of Sandra will be played by George Clooney. Ridiculous? It's. Can't see a women saying the Words of Jesus: Take it, this is my Body. That's not matter of equality. It's against the God's Law, nobody had authority to change it, even a pope. See Ordinatio Sacerdotalis of Saint John Paul II



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