Pope’s Announcement Regarding Potentially Allowing Married Men To Enter Priesthood Gives Hope To Nation’s Chalice Chippers

Pope’s Announcement Regarding Potentially Allowing Married Men To Enter Priesthood Gives Hope To Nation’s Chalice Chippers

NOVEMBER 2, 2017 BY EOTT ADMIN
11/3/17

Pope Francis has reportedly taken the first step in allowing married men to become priests, and in so doing, giving hope to chalice chippers worldwide.
If the decision to allow married men to enter the priesthood is approved, the result could cause controversy in the Church, as many conservatives would see this as a lazy way of tempting men into the priesthood so that they will not have to give up the chance of ever having sex to become a priest, as opposed to upending a centuries-old tradition of filling seminaries by way of sound teaching and good catechesis.
The news comes just weeks after Francis responded to a request by cardinals who claimed there was a lack of men to serve in areas within the Amazon.

The president of the Commission of Chalice Chippers (CCC) Jennifer Donaldson asked all single women who have an overeager desire to marry a holy man regardless of whether he’s currently discerning a vocation to the priesthood to pray that Pope Francis allows their “potential men” to serve as priests.

“We must all come together in unity to pray that the Pope understands that the priest shortage can easily be fixed. Instead of one gorgeous, strong, righteous man becoming a priest, he can, for the greater good of the Church, look at his vocation with utmost selflessness, giving up his desire to the priesthood and instead, marry me—that we may come together as man and woman, and in so doing, make many babies. And by the fruit of our wombs will the world be blessed with an abundance of priests the likes of which it has not seen in centuries.”

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3 comments on “Pope’s Announcement Regarding Potentially Allowing Married Men To Enter Priesthood Gives Hope To Nation’s Chalice Chippers

  1. Quote Ann Barnhardt:

    “But it isn’t just the Vatican. It is everywhere: government, Hollywood, the business world, anywhere that there is a matrix of power, there are Diabolical Narcissists, both homosexual and heterosexual, looking to leverage sodomy or fornication into power, even if that power is never explicitly wielded, and is used only as a source of Narcissistic Supply. And it isn’t exclusive to homosexuals. There are women who chase and try to seduce priests – they are referred to as “chalice snatchers”. These women luxuriate in the thought that a priest, when given a choice between being a priest of Jesus Christ, and having sex with them, chose to have sex with them. Thus, the woman “beats God”, and sadly today, some of them go out of their way to make sure that no one forgets it. There are women who chase married men. Homewreckers. There are women who chase powerful men within the business world to advance their careers. There are women who chase rich men. Golddiggers. There are women who chase men of a different nationality in order to gain citizenship to said country. Mail order brides. There are women who chase mentally retarded professional athletes. Kardashians.”

  2. Maybe after the modernists get around to starting a neo-Catholic charismatic counseling ministry for neurotic women with priest fetishes, they can do something about the Velma types taking over the faculties at modernist Catholic colleges to wage Title IX campaigns against masculinity.



    Meanwhile, if Pope Bergoglio approves married priests, get ready and fasten you seatbelts…

    Guess who will be running Novus Ordo parishes…
    Yep. Meddling, passive-aggressive, busybody priest wives:



    Church Lady: I’ve been waiting a long time to tell the boys how to run things around here. Since I need a new handbag, give generously in today’s collection!



  3. Church Lady: Now that my husband and I will running things in this parish as an extension of our home, there are going to be a lot of changes around here….



    Father Guido Sarducci: What kind of changes, Church Lady?



    Church Lady: Oh, well, little things here and there with housekeeping which I will outline in the announcements right before the beginning of Mass. I hope you will get used to my sermon style in the homilies.



    Father Guido Sarducci: The final stages of the Spirit of Vatican II. Who could think up something like that?



    Church Lady: Who could that be, Colin? Who could that be?
    Could it be…. SATAN ???

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