Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Catholic Exchange offers a long article by Matthew Tsakanikas arguing for the institution of the fifth Marian doctrine of Co-Redemptrix. He believes now is the time.
I suppose the Gnostic Catholics would heartily agree. Once the Blessed Virgin has a title equating her with God, the argument for a feminine goddess will be nicely strengthened.
Probably the women's ordination crowd would approve as well. After all if a woman can be a co-redeemer, she must surely have divine attributes. They would be able to combine this with a female eucharistic minister who handles the host while the remainder of the laity are forbidden to touch it as evidence of the validity of ordaining women.
And on we march toward Armageddon.
Hat tip to Spirit Daily for the link.