Hey, as long as she has "universal and peaceful acceptance" we're good, right? Ladies' Papal Vestments for the Next Conclave? Habemus Mama? Coming to a Loggia Near You!


Dr. Chojnowski: Either this is just another example of sacrilege or someone in the know is telling us something by this. Here is a report from our friend Maike Hickson:


Dear Readers,
Please see here a report on the Vatican's lending sacred vestments to a fashion show featuring female-priest (and bishop and pope) clothing. One item of the exhibition shows a papal clothing that looks as if it is meant for a female pope (see attachment).
According to Ravasi, fashion is an important form of today's communication.....
With warm greetings in Christ,
Maike Hickson

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  1. Eponymous Flower publishes a critique of Ratzinger's Introduction to Christianity pointing out how clearly anti catholic the work is. This is the guy who has been the guiding light for the Novus Ordo mess for 50 years. de Chardin is his closet mentor. de Chardin the principle mind and spirit behind Gaudium et Spes (now we get where all the joy stuff is coming from) as admitted by Ratzinger. It's nothing but neo-gnosticism, the Kabbalah and the Zohar rolled into one with christian lipstick. It pretty much puts a final nail into the coffin on the answer as to whether the Novus ordo mess is a Judeo-Masonic crime operation engaging in deep deception.

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  2. What would happen if the majority of Catholic Cardinals and Bishops gave "universal and peaceful acceptance" to a women Pope. Would the various Trad defenders of U.P.A. be forced to admit that they were wrong or will they have to admit that Miss Pope is valid?

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