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A positive Final Report on the CDF Doctrinal Assessment of the LCWR

I had been hoping (and suggesting, while being shot down by certain “experts”) the situation with the review of the US religious sisters’ leadership group LCWR was a little more positive than it looked. One reason was that when I sent my book A Report on the Sinsinawa Dominicans Today (a reform oriented work not… (read more)

Is NCAN a “front group” for LCWR?

I posted yesterday on Sister Donna Quinn, OP and her publicity group NCAN attacking the Little Sisters of the Poor and others suing the government for their religious freedom vis a vis the HHS mandate. The National Coalition of American Nuns (NCAN) is a front group for radical feminism, the sexual revolution and the Culture… (read more)

“Band of Sisters” documentary about liberal women religious premiers at Sinsinawa Mound

I and a friend attended a Sunday, Jan 13, 2013 premier showing of the new documentary film about liberal religious sisters, Band of Sisters at Sinsinawa Mound, the motherhouse of the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters. The film centers on some liberal women religious who are former heads of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, NETWORK progressive… (read more)

Nuns on the Bus visit Sinsinawa and Janesville

Recently the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issued a long awaited doctrinal assessment of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, an official Church organization consisting of the leaders of most (but not all) of the communities of active religious sisters in the United States. One point of concern was the association of the… (read more)

Is the Society of St Vincent de Paul influenced by LCWR Handbook condemned by the CDF?

[Important Update 5/22/12: I was grateful to be informed by Roger Playwin, Executive Director of the Society of St Vincent de Paul in the United States, that the Society has not used the LCWR’s “Systems Thinking Handbook.” He says that the Society’s sources regarding “systemic change” include the Gospels, teachings of the Church “starting with… (read more)

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