You have to admire the honesty of Nathalie Becquart, the political pretend-sister of the pretend female religious order La Xaviere. Her articulation of the far-left’s program of subversion is not wanting in clarity. She is doing what all her deceitful, cowardly, clerical colleagues don’t dare to do.
Faux-sister’s plans for the Church is not a gentle sleight-of-hand rupture, one passing from the pre-Vatican to the post-Vatican Church. No, her aim is the total destruction the two-thousand-year-old Catholic Church, so that she and her subversive, pallid, green-eyed colleagues are left in total control.
She says she is articulating the thoughts of Pope Francis and seeing that Pope Francis appointed her to a critical role in manufacturing a ‘synodal church’, we must conclude that she is right – that the Pope holds the opinions she is so brazenly articulating. What is the nitty-gritty of those plans? It’s simple really.
She wants to replace the sacramental hierarchical structure of the two-thousand-year-old Catholic Church with a purely ‘democratic’ structure where elected ministries and functionaries, not clergy, govern the Church. It’s the obliteration of the Church of the ages, a Church that got it all wrong politically. Female ordination is rejected as merely perpetuating the male clerical structure. Along with the new structure would be new doctrine compatible with the new wokist Church.
Pope Francis is using Synod to separate Church ‘leadership’ from ‘ordination’: liberal Vatican nun
Sr. Nathalie Becquart told The New York Times that the role of women in the Church was changing under Pope Francis.
Michael Haynes, Mon Mar 7, 2022 – 4:22 pm EST
VATICAN CITY (LifeSiteNews) – A prominent female member of the Vatican Curia, Sister Nathalie Becquart, has declared that Pope Francis intends to “disconnect participation in the leadership of the church from ordination” in the Synod on Synodality.
Sr. Becquart – appointed in February 2021 as the Vatican’s first female member of the Roman Curia with synodal voting rights, and under-secretary of the Synod of Bishops, the body which is organizing the current Synod on Synodality – made the revelation in an interview conducted by The New York Times as part of the publication’s “Women and Leadership special report.”
Asked about the “obstacles” to female ordination in the Catholic Church, Becquart replied:
‘The vision of Pope Francis, through this synod, is to get rid of a clerical church and move to a synodal church — to disconnect participation in the leadership of the church from ordination. We can say that the way now opening up is to listen to all different views; for instance, not everyone thinks ordination of women is a good path. You have some groups calling for that, but you also have some groups calling for new ministries.’
“The question of women is a sign of the times,” she said. “It is a powerful call within our societies and in the church. The church has already said we should fight against any discrimination against women. But it is a long way, not only in the church.”
Similar allusions to fundamental change in the Catholic Church following the Synod on Synodality were made by Cardinal Mario Grech, the general-secretary of the Synod of Bishops, who recently said the Synodal process would be a “discernment process,” by which the Church would “find truth.” Grech even hinted at Pope Francis effecting a “change” in doctrine following the Synod.