Is it really a surprise, when the term Woman Priest, is brought up, there is a myriad of responses to that? If your own Church Hierarchy for centuries never told you about it, then you certainly will be taken back by such a unique disclosure.

This is where the literal divide exists, between Catholics who have read about actual research done on this topic, versus Catholics who know absolutely nothing about this other perspective on the issue of women being priests again in our Church.

A Literal Cascade of Emotions are Verbally Targeted at Picketers

Obviously, with so many of my fellow Catholics unaware of the real truth, they see a picketer as someone who is making up a preposterous story-line, or we are outright lying to them. Basically voices were raised up telling us to stop lying, or making up this fake truth.

They would not even consider another side to this issue, because they knew we were completely wrong since the Church never told them this. Therefore, the end of the discussion. They certainly know their Church Doctrine, and Women Priests for them are some make-belief or contrived story for sure which definitely doesn’t belong to any part of their faith life.

When presenting the Truth confronts a Centuries-old Scandal of Lies and Cover-Up

From the very get-go on this book, I did extensive research, to be sure to present to you the reader, the truth, and nothing but the truth. That is why: “Here’s to the Truth!” is my book’s motto. To some, my truth is seen as being either not Scriptural, or it in no way pertains to Church Doctrine.

Yet, three of my key points of our Church hierarchy in relation to the Women Priest issue revolves around both Scripture and Church Doctrine.

Author's Bio: 

Margaret Mary O’Connor has made it her mission to reveal the truth of Your Catholic Church.

She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University At Buffalo (NY), and a Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry from Christ the King Seminary in East Aurora, NY.

She is a former Chaplain and is currently a Eucharistic Minister at Our Lady of Charity Parish where, ironically, the Church windows depict the Vatican II Council. One window represents the “Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World,” which includes an article that speaks directly to ending sexual discrimination of all kinds in our Church.

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