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From THE CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE:

Why not women priests?
A papal theologian explains:

"The son of God became flesh, but became flesh not as sexless humanity but as a male," Father Giertych said; and since a priest is supposed to serve as an image of Christ, his maleness is essential to that role.

Reflecting on differences between the sexes, Father Giertych suggested other reasons that men are especially suited to the priesthood.

Men are more likely to think of God in terms of philosophical definitions and logical syllogisms, he said, a quality valuable for fulfilling a priest's duty to transmit church teaching.

Father Giertych said priests love the church in a characteristically "male way" when they show concern "about structures, about the buildings of the church, about the roof of the church which is leaking, about the bishops' conference, about the concordat between the church and the state."

None of which means that women hold an inferior place in the church, he said.

So there you have it, you silly women. You can't become priests for exactly the same reason why you can't read maps or something like that.

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ASK FATHER GIERTYCH — 5 Comments

  1. I’ve always said of Popoids, why fetishize the “Sacred Heart”, when what they REALLY WORSHIP is the Sacred Pr*ck?! [Join all those other phallus-worshippers w/ their “herms” and “lingams” and such. Go for it! (Just be careful you don’t put an eye out w/ ’em)]