From National Catholic Reporter - Synod ends where it began, in disagreement by Thomas Reese
VATICAN CITY With time running out, the synodal fathers appear no closer to resolving their conflicts over issues facing the family than they were a year ago. One of the principal sticking points is over Communion for divorced and remarried Catholics who do not have an annulment. Another controversy is over the language to be used in speaking about homosexuals. continue reading
Well the Bishops and Cardinals that run the Roman Church are just about done with the hugely expensive waste of time called the Synod on the Family.
We entirely reject the notion that there is any legitimacy to this synod at all. Nearly 300 male clerics had voting rights at the synod. How many women had voting rights? ZERO.
We’ll take some future Synod on the Family seriously when we see that women have at least fifty percent of the voting rights.
ORDAIN WOMEN. NOW.
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