Thursday, May 6, 2010

Catholic Church Investigates Big Problem

As more revelations about the Catholic Church's prioritization of its own image over the safety of children have come to light recently, the Vatican is stepping up its investigative efforts...

of nuns and their feminist activism, that is. From KUOW news:

"Three Catholic women's communities in Washington state are being investigated by the Vatican. They were chosen for review as part of an extensive investigation into American nuns. The Vatican says it's following up on complaints of feminism and activism....

The Seattle–area communities were chosen for visits after investigators reviewed responses to questionnaires sent out to every women's order....It's not clear why the local orders are being singled out. The Renton Sisters of Providence run a women's transition house. The Tacoma Dominicans call themselves risk takers. They work to end human trafficking."

Despite the good work that it sounds like these nuns are doing, upholding the authority of the godly males, you understand, demands immediate action.

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