Friday, July 2, 2010

Lucia Feminists seek to subvert "religious fundamentalism" in Catholicism

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 30, 2010 ( - Proponents of feminism within a religious tradition play a crucial role in subverting "religious fundamentalism" in Catholicism, according to a member of the pro-abortion group Catholics for the Right to Decide.

Elfriede Harth, Secretariat of European Parliament Study Group on Religion and Secularity and a Spanish member of Catholics for the Right to Decide (whose U.S. partner is Catholics for Choice), made the remarks at this month's Women Deliver conference in Washington, D.C.

The conference was largely a push for population control in developing countries worldwide through contraception and abortion funding.

Harth named the orthodox Catholic movement Opus Dei as a formidable opponent to Catholics attempting to promote liberal doctrines within the Church, and said that religious feminists should work to "analyze and demystify religious fundamentalism."

"Religious fundamentalism" in Catholicism is that which is orthodox. In other words, that which is truly Catholic. Liberal doctrines are those which seek to change that which is truly Catholic into something else.

Interesting that Opus Dei is named as a formidable opponent. They ran the Catholic women's thing that I mentioned I went to last night. :)

Related link: Pro-Abort Catholic: Women Should Feel 'Guilty' if They Don't Abort Inconvenient Child ~ LifeSiteNews

2 comment(s):

The Good Tale said...

It is written: A woman shall compass a man and create a new thing in the earth (Jer 31:22), the man is Satan(Isa 14:16), the new thing is turning the hearts of the fathers to the children. Satan has deceived the whole world (Rev 12:7), until the heel of time(Gen 3:15) when a woman shall bruise him by exposing his lies. Check out the bruising of Satan at please read all the posts before you comment.

Lucia Maria said...

Val, your point is not particularly clear. All that it looks like at the moment is a plug for your own blog.

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