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Gnostic influences of transgender ideology

Source: Feminism Was Women’s Great Enemy — Until Transgenderism Came Along

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Sobbing, hormonal weakness is evidently the new tough

Source: Kathy Griffin and the Physiognomy of Feminism

NOTE:  This is an older article.  I just wanted to put it here on the topic of feminism.

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“What is the feminine?

This Christian anthropology of the sexes is far more profound than the simple biological reductionism advanced by some of the social constructivism asserted by many. It provides the answer to the pilot’s question of where to steer between the Scylla of biological determinism and the Charybdis of contemporary pervasive constructivism.

Thus, Christians and non-Christians as well ought to study the rich and deep anthropology of the sexes in Catholicism in order to find solutions to pressing problems in the areas of family and women’s policies.

The analysis presented by this Letter is something novel and promising in a world where biology has often been given too much emphasis — women are seen merely as child-bearers, as is still the case in many cultures even today — and where also the constructed nature of certain sex roles has been overemphasized, making the differences between the sexes insignificant, a mere “social construct”. This latter ideology is a major problem in the West today.”

Source:  https://www.ewtn.com/library/ISSUES/CATHFEM.HTM

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DC Women’s March

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The diabolical on full display.

Source: DC Women’s March

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Published on Dec 5, 2013

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By David Gibson Religion News Service  •  Friday January 9, 2015 5:14 AM

Cardinal Raymond Burke, a senior American churchman in Rome who has been one of the most outspoken critics of Pope Francis’ push for reform, is roiling the waters yet again, this time arguing that the Catholic Church has become too “feminized.”Burke, who was recently demoted from the Vatican’s highest court to a ceremonial philanthropic post, also pointed to the introduction of altar girls for why fewer men are joining the priesthood.

“Young boys don’t want to do things with girls. It’s just natural,” Burke said in an interview published on Monday. “I think that this has contributed to a loss of priestly vocations.

“It requires a certain manly discipline to serve as an altar boy in service at the side of (a) priest, and most priests have their first deep experiences of the liturgy as altar boys,” the former archbishop of St. Louis told Matthew James Christoff, who heads a Catholic men’s ministry called the New Emangelization Project.

“If we are not training young men as altar boys, giving them an experience of serving God in the liturgy, we should not be surprised that vocations have fallen dramatically.”

The Catholic Church dropped its ban on girls assisting the priests during Mass in 1983, and today it is common to see more girls than boys helping on the altar. Only one U.S. diocese, in Lincoln, Neb., still bars altar girls, though a number of individual parishes have barred them in the hope of encouraging more boys and men to consider the all-male priesthood.

In the interview, Burke also blamed gay clergy members for the church’s sexual-abuse crisis, saying priests “who were feminized and confused about their own sexual identity” were the ones who molested children.

Researchers have disputed that claim, and experts note that the reported rise in the number of gay men entering the priesthood since the 1980s coincided with a sharp drop-off in abuse cases.

Burke, 66, spoke to Christoff in December during a visit to La Crosse, Wis., where Burke served as bishop in the 1990s before being named archbishop of St. Louis.

In 2008, then-Pope Benedict XVI called Burke to the Vatican to head the church’s top court and made him a cardinal. That prestigious position lent weight to his increasingly sharp and direct criticisms of Francis, who succeeded Benedict in March 2013.

In an unusual move, Francis effectively demoted Burke in November, shifting him from his job in the Roman Curia to a largely ceremonial post as patron of the Order of Malta, a global Catholic charitable organization based in Rome.

Vatican observers suspected the switch would actually give Burke more freedom to speak his mind, and in this latest interview the cardinal doubled down on themes he has often struck: that liberalizing changes in both society and the church, especially “radical feminism,” have gravely undermined the Catholic faith since the 1970s.

Burke said he recalled “young men telling me that they were, in a certain way, frightened by marriage because of the radicalizing and self-focused attitudes of women that were emerging at that time. These young men were concerned that entering a marriage would simply not work because of a constant and insistent demanding of rights for women.”

He said that “the radical feminist movement strongly influenced the church” as well.

The focus on women’s issues, he said, plus “a complete collapse” of teaching the faith and “ rampant liturgical experimentation,” led the church to become “very feminized.” That turned off men who “respond to rigor and precision and excellence,” Burke said.

“Apart from the priest, the sanctuary has become full of women,” he said. “The activities in the parish and even the liturgy have been influenced by women and have become so feminine in many places that men do not want to get involved.”

Burke, a liturgical traditionalist as well as a doctrinal conservative who is renowned for wearing elaborate silk and lace vestments while celebrating Mass, also said that “men need to dress and act like men in a way that is respectful to themselves, to women and to children.”

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I hope I’m a good thinker.  My hope is to see Roe v. Wade as its subject–Norma McKorvey- (Sadly Norma has passed away.) who was Jane Roe watch the abortion problem die.  After all that is why she protested it along with others and getting jailed for it.  She admitted to the lie Roe v. Wade is built on. It is not what it seems because ask yourself why would this women try to change this heinous law she was instrumental in? Even if you have a religious or no  religious affiliation you can reason this subject out. Ask yourselves why the true Suffragettes didn’t sanction abortion?  They didn’t because they knew it was against the dignity of women.  They knew it didn’t give them any gains–men still got what they wanted when women abort and aborted.

In terms of simplicity I’m going to make this column short and sweet.  Abortion, hmm, think about it, how does it serve women?  Men still won they still allow women to abort the child they both created.  Men wrote the decision at the Supreme Court allowing it to continue.  It never changed for women you still are giving into a decision you may not want.  Where is the empowerment in this? You still suffer when you get an abortion.  You can suffer Post Traumatic Syndrome, drug addition, regret for an abortion and your self-respect in the end.  If you go over and do your homework you can find out more information at Priests for Life and Rachael’s Vineyard.

It is a form of slavery.   This child in the womb is just considered a “thing” and not a human being in the womb.  This is the same meaning in the time of slavery.  Your child doesn’t have to be born and that child never decided for itself.  It never got the chance to live. Their rights have been taken away by those in authority who deem it not a pre-born child.  The fact of the matter is its getting down to the finish line.  The finish line is birth and the child can be killed even after birth.  So we now have a new slave master—the Supreme Court, Congress and public opinion in the polls.

Science is finding through improved technology that life does begin at the time of conception.  One example is the new sonogram technology.  It is showing each and every one of us  a human baby in the womb.  A moving life.  We didn’t reason this out in 1973.  Many thought it was a toaster or a blob of cellular material. We all just went ahead and said its just tissue and blob.  Well were finding out that this is our “neighbor” in the womb.  Were wondering now who we claimed in the 50,000,000 + aborted babies daily, hourly and in the minute. Could it be another Einstein or another great person.  Even a child who was born with Downs Syndrome is a joy to the world. If we would only let it be. Support those who can give birth no matter what.

We have to ask ourselves philosophically have we killed those we needed the most in society?  Even the least we have housed in jails. Everyone can make a difference and a purpose towards society and serve a great potential within each of us for a better or greater good.

It’s not true feminism.  Women havent been freed.  When you go for an abortion most women who have experienced this have said—-“I had no choice.”  “I had to do it.”  Where is the choice or freedom in this?  Who chose this for me? Society chose this for you and gave you the right to terminate—kill your unborn child.

What kind of choice or true feminism is this.  How is this liberating.  Liberation means you are free to choose the  way it aught to be in society.  Men don’t always give you a choice to let this child be born or accept this child as a real human being to live. Women don’t let men choose to let the child be born either.

Men, women and family members say get rid of the child.  The child will ruin your life.  Its a bad time.  Again, what choice is this?  You only got one choice my friend and no support is what you hear.  So there is not real choice in this decision.  No real support sometimes from family, friends and male companions. Choice to me is the freedom to do the right thing for the natural law.

True feminism is the right to be female.   To be a real woman and to make well-informed decisions.  Well informed decision with a real male partner who is mature enough to know true right from wrong.  A well formed conscience in each and everyone of us. To have a life partner we chose who is in line with our ideals. If no life partner at least a place to go if you decide to have your baby in freedom of choice. To make a well informed choice and life for that baby.  Whether you keep the child or give it to parents who can nurture said person.

I’m not saying we don’t make mistakes and this is a perfect world but its time to reconsider this so-called vision called abortion.

We need true feminism as John Paul II and former Popes have spoken of on the dignity and beauty of women.  Its time women took back true feminism and motherhood.  You have the right to choose motherhood anytime in your life.

There are people who will help you.  You have a right to the real feminism not the non-sense spewed at all of us since the 1960’s and 1970’s.

We need to allow women the right to choose.  Ladies don’t sell yourselves short.  You have choices and you can make them responsibly even if you have made mistakes.  After all life is for making right decisions and correcting and forgiving ourselves for the wrong one’s we make.

See these links below:

http://www.thecatholicviewforwomen.com/

http://youtu.be/4npszpGL43I

http://www.priestsforlife.org/

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Alternatives to abortion:

See also:  http://www.priestsforlife.org/crisis.html

See also:  http://www.catholic.org/clife/advent/story.php?id=43869

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