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SF Archbishop Under Fire for Serving Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
Drag “sisters” receive the Eucharist from archbishop
Thousands of ordinary Catholics, clergy and academics responded, providing the Vatican with an unprecedented compilation of grass-root data to guide the discussion. Usually, such working papers are compiled by bishops alone. Confronted with such a reality, Vatican officials were asked at a press conference if the church might actually change its position to align itself with the practice of most of its faithful rather than hold onto teachings that so many Catholics reject. The officials presenting the report were asked what advice about sexuality, matrimony and the ups and downs of raising children a group of celibate men could offer Catholics when they themselves had chosen not to have sex, marry or have families. Currently, such divorced and civilly remarried Catholics cannot receive communion because the church thinks they are essentially living in sin and committing adultery.
Germany's Catholic Church Just Took An Amazing Step For LGBT And Remarried Catholics
Scott James is a columnist for The Bay Citizen. Shaw said in a telephone interview from England, where she is finishing work as the dean of divinity at Oxford University. Marc Handley Andrus, bishop of the Diocese of California. The appointment has some predicting that Dr.
Mark Andrus to be its next bishop, tabling the question of whether the consecration of a gay priest would cleave the year-old Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion of which it is a part. The hundreds gathered in Grace Cathedral in San Francisco roared their approval upon hearing the results of the third vote, which required a majority from both clergy and lay members of the diocese -- which includes 80 congregations in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and part of Santa Clara counties. The year-old diocese has never had anyone but a straight, white male as its bishop, a pattern that Andrus will continue in the increasingly multicultural and multilingual Bay Area. But many voters said he would be a force for all peoples.