I did pull my last three blogs. This was not due to criticism but to a lack of it. Why is this so? First although I might be harsh in my views of priestly behaviour I can tell you I am not as harsh as some of those who do talk to me on the subject, even I add the distress I have seen exhibited. But what is heart breaking is the absolute lack of concern and laisser faire attitude that is also apparent at times in these conversations. Let me again give you my viewpoint. First I do not bear any ill will towards priests, unlike a great number of older catholics who remember and compare the lives of the priests and bishops of our youth, with those of today. One of these groups above were badly formed, so take your best guess. Priests today are left as parish priests at too early an age and do not have the formation, nor the experience to handle the exigencies of parish life, let alone the aggressive actions of women whether they be feminists or female. They just are not experienced enough to face the modern woman’s outlook on life and are unfortunately unable to correct them or for the same reason teach the uninformed modern catholic (just converted) who are still full of the beliefs of the Christian cult they have left to join the Church. The RCIA is a complete and total failure in this regard and this is because many of the teachers of this well-intentioned group as members of the Church have only recently joined us or are humanists in their attitude towards the faith. Three of the premises taught in the North American RCIA, are from the viewpoint of an orthodox believer are heretical or should be in the funnies. One, the Pope is in
So I will rewrite those blogs and repost them.