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Canadian priest who supported women's ordination excommunicated...
"Already We hear you clamor for the ordination of woman. No woman shall stand in My House to represent Me! How dare you bring in this heresy to My House! I shall go among you and I shall sling you out from My temples!" - Jesus, December 27, 1975
LifeSiteNews reported on April 11, 2006:
Fr. Ed Cachia’s breakaway “Christ the Servant Catholic Church” was declared schismatic by his bishop, Nicola De Angelis, resulting in the priest of the diocese of Peterborough, Ontario being formally excommunicated.
"The Christian faithful should not frequent this breakaway church, nor support the disobedience of Fr. Cachia," said a letter from Bishop De Angelis read out in Catholic Churches at Palm Sunday services this past weekend.
Cachia told a Canadian paper, "I never in my whole lifetime ever dreamt it would come to this.” But during their training, priests are well versed in what offenses will bring on the formal penalty of excommunication. The penalty is extremely rare in the Catholic Church and is required by Canon law for cases where a priest sets up his own church in opposition to Catholic teaching.
The National Post reports that about 300 followers joined Cachia at his Sunday service at a memorial hall near Cobourg, Ont. for the past two Sundays. Cachia was formerly the parish priest at St. Michael's Parish in Cobourg.
Excommunication is understood by the Church to be more than a punitive measure, but one that is meant as a last resort meant to jar the person into re-considering his position and to prevent confusion among the faithful. Rev. Tom Lynch, diocesan spokesman said in a statement Monday, “The bishop had to respond lest there be more confusion on the part of the people.”
Cachia’s conflict with the Peterborough diocese dates from his support for a group of women calling themselves priests, as Lynch called them, members of “invalidly ordained communities.” The group made international headlines in the secular press when they staged a publicity stunt in the St. Lawrence River claiming to have ordained themselves as Catholic priests.
What is usually not reported is that this and most other women’s ordination groups also openly support homosexuality, abortion and contraception and oppose many of the Church’s moral and other core teachings. A substantial number of participants at the St. Lawrence River event were gay, lesbian or homosexual supporters.
LifeSiteNews.com was advised by a church source that there is much more to the Cachia story than women’s ordination as evidenced by Cachia’s regular attendance at such anti-Catholic, if not anti-Christian, women’s ordination events.
In 2005, Cachia wrote a letter to the local paper supporting the ordination of women, an idea that Church leaders have said has no theological basis and was eventually declared a closed issue by John Paul II after decades of dialogue. Cachia wrote, “I feel a deep sense of respect and admiration towards these brave women. I would like to congratulate them for following their conscience and responding to the call of becoming priests and deacons.”
In October, Bishop De Angelis ruled that Cachia’s continued support of the ordination of women rendered him “unfit to serve the Catholic people in the leadership role of priest.” The bishop’s statement said the diocese “regrets” that Cachia had “chosen to remain attached to positions contrary to the teachings of the church,” despite his public profession of adherence to the teaching of the Church at his ordination.
The Fr. Cachia situation is only one of many serious issues that Bishop De Angelis has been confronted with in a diocese that was for many years headed by his now deceased extremely liberal predecessor, Bishop James Doyle. Among other things Bishop Doyle was known to welcome into the diocese priests who had been expelled from other dioceses for dissent, homosexual behaviour and/or sexual abuse charges.
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"When I had the Last Supper with the Apostles, My Mother was not present. If I had it in My power from the Eternal Father to make a priestess, I would surely have chosen My Mother; but, no, there were no women present at the first Dedication." - Jesus, October 2, 1987
amazing Bayside Prophecies...
These prophecies came from Jesus, Mary, and the saints to Veronica Lueken at Bayside, NY, from 1968 to 1995.
"No woman shall be on the altars of God! Disobedience, lack of respect for the Holy Father--what will this bring you to but your own destruction!" St. Paul, March 24, 1974
"You must keep in your hearts the knowledge of the true priesthood of My Son. The steps for obtaining Holy Orders must be followed. They have been developed through heavenly guidance for reason. No women must enter onto the holy place of the Sacrifice." - Our Lady, September 13, 1978
NO WOMEN PRESENT AT LAST SUPPER
"When I had the Last Supper with the Apostles, My Mother was not present. If I had it in My power from the Eternal Father to make a priestess, I would surely have chosen My Mother; but, no, there were no women present at the first Dedication." Jesus, October 2, 1987
CARRIED ON IN THE CHURCHES OF SATAN
"In the Holy Sacrifice that I left with you, I did not ask for women to be upon the altar, nor try to be a high priestess. They carry this on in the churches of satan; therefore, it shall not be carried on in My Church." Jesus, October 2, 1987
"Already We hear you clamor for the ordination of woman. No woman shall stand in My House to represent Me! How dare you bring in this heresy to My House! I shall go among you and I shall sling you out from My temples!" Jesus, December 27, 1975
HOW DARE YOU
"No woman shall stand in the Sacrifice as a priest. How dare you set yourselves for a change created by satan!" Our Lady, March 18, 1976
Directives from Heaven...
D173 - Women Priests PDF
Women "priests" a heresy
Women "priests": a recent history
No Women's ordination: it's
Bishop rules priest rendered "unfit" for priesthood over campaign for
Vatican warns that feminism is "lethal" to families
Marxist roots of radical feminism
Robert Bork on radical feminism
Reflections on "women's liberation"
#179 - Women's liberation
#248 - Man's authority
The Holy Bible on man's authority in the household
St. Edith Stein on woman's nature
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