HASTENING THE DEMISE OF A RELIGIOUS ORDER

Hastening the Demise of a Religious Order

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Pagan rituals, a pro-LGBT agenda and dissident speakers foisted on Felician sisters

by Bradley Eli, M.Div., Ma.Th. • ChurchMilitant • September 7, 2017

The Polish founderess of the Felician order, Bd. Mary Angela, is assuredly praying for her Felician Sisters in Livonia, Michigan, as their demise is being advanced by new leadership ever since the province merged in 2009 with eight other not-so-faithful provinces located in the United States and Canada.

Inside sources told Church Militant that for the past eight years new vocations have been sent out of state and are isolated from the sisters in Livonia. Almost none of these vocations persevere under their modern formation. Good sisters in temporary vows are thwarted from taking final vows. At the same time sisters, who used to function in their traditional roles as nurses and teachers have been systematically replaced by laity.

The Livonia province alone had 850 Felician sisters in the 1960s. Prior to the 2009 merger, when Livonia was still getting vocations, that number was 250. Since the merger, which included going under the auspices of the dissident Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), the number is hovering around 90 sisters, with the average age approaching 80. At stake is Livonia’s extensive property valued at well in excess of $1 billion.

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