Anglicans Introduce Bishopettes. No one Really Notices.

Future Anglican bishops...

Today, the joke known as the “church” of England has proceeded to the demolition of another taboo, and appointed the first joke bishopette.

It was a long march: in the Seventies, the joke “church” first stated priestesses were, in principle, a joke, and therefore not unfit for them. In the Eighties, the first joke deaconettes made their appearance. In the Nineties it was the turn of the joke priestesses, a concession obtained against the promise that there would never be joke bishopettes. In the Tens of the new century, we are there at last.

The next stops on the road to equality: the first transgender bishop, the first dog mounting bishop, and the first incestuous bishop. At which point cats and dogs owner will, no doubt, become very loud, defending the rights of their own good creatures against the lack of inclusiveness of the “church” of England. And why not, in the end. If you want to be inclusive, be inclusive all right. There were no cats and dogs among the Apostles, but no women either, so it's not clear why the discrimination.

Why do I tell you all this?

Because otherwise you wouldn't even notice, that's why.

The remaining Anglicans will also be relieved: now that their new bishops will soon be, to possibly 50%, wonderfully conversational, tea-drinking ladies completely allergic to any form of Christian orthodoxy, they will feel even more good as they go around completely ignoring Christianity as they do already.

In all this, the Country barely notices. The so-called c of E isn't even able to elicit any kind of mass approval when she does something so evidently anti-Christian. The masses merely notice (If they get the news) that the Anglicans are now even further away from Christianity and immersed in the world. No need to waste time on them, then: the world is around all the time anyway.

An irrelevant organisation wants to become “relevant” by being changed by the world it states it want to change. The irony does not escape the Country. A country which is barely noticing what those bunch of nincompoops are doing.

Say hello to the first joke bishopette.

I am sure she is good at light conversation.

M

 

Posted on December 17, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Yes, the C of E is a joke. This probably will lead to more devout Anglicans becoming RCs (Roman Catholics).

    • Fine with me.
      But they must do it because they accept the Church in toto, not to “show it” to their Anglican comrades; which is, rather often, what they keep implying…

      M

  2. I saw her interviewed on channel 4 news…when asked from a secular angle her feelings on making history, to her credit she articulately conveyed that her whole life was committed to following the Lord Jesus, and her wish was to follow the guidance of the Holy Spirit

    Imagine, just imagine if she allowed herself to be guided home to the one true faith, and with her the conversion of England!!!

    • It seems nothing more than empty slogans to me.

      The Lord Jesus had twelve male disciples. No woman can say that she wants female bishops – much less be one – and claim she follows him. These people make their own religion, and call it “guidance from the Holy Spirit”…

      M

  3. Most villainous Catholic turned Anglican : King Henry VIII
    Most heroic Anglican turned Catholic : John Cardinal Newman
    Most revered English Catholic who remained Catholic : Saint Thomas More
    Good to recall why we are Catholic.

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