FutureChurch lied to Archbishop Durocher #catholic

. and he took it hook line and sinker.. purposeful naivete?? wilful ignorance?
see page 8 of this.. long reply from their Exec Director:
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In the USA there is a growing group of Catholics connecting with the ‘FutureChurch’ movement. These Catholics seek the full participation of all baptised Catholics in the life of the Church. They advocate that Eucharistic Celebration is available universally and at least weekly to all baptised Catholics. FutureChurch promotes widespread discussion on the need to open ordination to all baptised Catholics who are called to priestly ministry by God and the people of God. They seek to participate in formulating and expressing the Spirit inspired beliefs of the faithful through open, prayerful and enlightened dialogue with other Catholics locally and globally. The decreasing number of parish priests is their main concern. Their discussions with the local Bishops are focused on women’s ordination and priestly celibacy. They seek women’s full inclusion at every level of decision making in the church from Rome to the local parish. In making their needs known to their Bishops, members of FutureChurch are following the Canon Law of the Church, which states “Christ’s faithful have the right, indeed at times the duty, in keeping with their knowledge, competence and position, to manifest to the sacred pastors their views on matters which concern the good of the church.” (Canon 212, par 2)

https://www.futurechurch.org/justice-in-church/million-voices/conscience-dissent-and-non-ordination-of-women

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