During a recent interview published in L’Osservatore Romano, Cardinal Gerhard Muller, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) revealed the Pope's plans to expand the role of women in the Church and said "we are not women gobblers."
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When the dissenting sisters who comprise the Leadership Council of Women Religious (LCWR) recently honored a nun whose books were sanctioned by the U.S. Bishops, the Head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) appears to have run out of patience.
The Leadership Council of Women Religious (LCWR), which was recently put under direct control by the Vatican due to the group's long history of dissent from Catholic teaching, has decided to reject Rome's plan to reform the group into a more conservative mold, but stopped short of calling for an outright split from the Church.
The bishop who led the doctrinal assessment of the Leadership Council of Women Religious (LCWR) has published a revealing op-ed explaining exactly why the Vatican took the position it did and sets the record straight about the many misrepresentations of the facts in this case.
In the wake of the Vatican's move to clean up the dissention in the ranks of the leaders of women religious in the U.S., the Leadership Council of Women Religious (LCWR) is considering letting go of its canonical recognition to become a voluntary organization.
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