Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Crime of Simulating Catholic Orders and Sacraments

Patricia Fresen is not a Roman Catholic bishop, but another vagante. Fresen was excommunicated in March 2008 for “the crime of schism” for “having pertinaciously rejected a definitive truth of the faith,” and for “the crime of simulation of the administration of the sacrament of holy orders.”  The excommunication decree issued by St. Louis Archbishop Raymond L. Burke.

Fresen  was a Dominican sister for 45 years.  She studied in Rome at the University of St. Thomas and at the Gregoriana, where she earned a licentiate in theology.

She was ordained in a secret ceremony. “The ceremony she talks about was secretive,” Feuerherd said. “That is a problem. From my understanding, she doesn’t identify who that person is.”

Read more here.
Fresen belongs to an organization called Roman Catholic Womenpriests. It is a group that I've tried to engage in the past, but fruitlessly. They are not in pursuit of truth.  They are in pursuit of "equality" (power) and by their actions distort the True Priesthood.
Alice C. Linsley

1 comment:

George Patsourakos said...

Patricia Fresen was excommunicated by the Catholic Church in 2008, because she claimed to be a priest, when in fact, the Roman Catholic Church does not allow women to be priests.

The Roman Catholic Women Priests -- an organization not recognized by the Catholic Church -- is designed to obtain as much power as possible for women in the Catholic Church.

In short, these are radical women striving to replace the traditions of the Catholic Church with a modern agenda -- especially one that will give women more power in the Catholic Church.