Sad. An old Jesuit has been told not to celebrate Mass as he took part in a Mass with a womyn priest. In an interview with NCR, he seems to keep saying that he remembers when women didn’t have the right to vote and compared that to ordination.
But there’s a right to vote, not a right to be ordained. The whole thing is sad.
A Catholic priest who participated in a eucharistic liturgy with a woman priest last month has been ordered to no longer celebrate the Mass or perform any other priestly duties. Jesuit Fr. Bill Brennan, a 92-year-old Milwaukee-area priest, said the superior of his religious community told him of the restrictions Nov. 29, saying they came at the request of Archbishop Jerome Listecki. Brennan, a retired parish priest and former missionary to Belize, participated in a liturgy Nov. 17 with Janice Sevre-Duszynska, a woman ordained in the Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests movement.
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