Pope confirms need for reform of CINO (Catholic In Name Only) Leadership Conference of Women Religious.

The Vatican last year imposed an overhaul of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious after determining the sisters took positions that undermined Catholic teaching on the priesthood and homosexuality while promoting “radical feminist themes incompatible with the Catholic faith.” Investigators praised the nuns’ humanitarian work, but accused them of ignoring critical issues, including fighting abortion.


Editor’s note: This is a “no-brainer”. The LCWR sisters have, for a long time, publicly bragged about their radical feminist agenda and “post-Christianity” philosophy … not to mention their modernist, secular, new-age pagan slant on many, many things. This is all common knowledge. What is being contended is what happens next.


  1. Doug—I like your name CINO…a very MODERN reference!
    I would’t want to oversee this Conference…..Out-Of-Control Feminist in a Patriarchal System:)

  2. The Church needed a 21st century version of Piux X to be elected last month. Instead, we wound up with someone who, arguably, looks to be a worse leader than the tragic Paul VI who, after all, appeared to regret much of his legacy near the end of his reign. This is the very legacy for which Paul’s 2013 successor–at the very beginning of his reign–now urges validation, celebration and continuation.

    • (I “submitted” before my relevant concluding thought.)

      Therefore, don’t hold your breath waiting for any effective “crackdown” on LCWR or any similar offenders. The only crackdown likely to take place under the current papacy is continued and intensified persecution of the FSSPX.

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