A perfect example of a lost woman

This is what happens when a woman has no reliable masculine authority.

She – a laywoman – judges the pope and loses the church.

“And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home …” (1Corinthians: 14:35)

She should be asking her husband about her concerns over the church. Or if she is not married, her parish priest or bishop. Instead, she follows a priest who is well outside the mainstream. Following the tweet (sic) she cites leads to this site:

Most Holy Trinity Seminary which is run by Bishop Sanborn, who apparently left the traditionalist SSPX over their liberal tendencies (sic).



7 responses to this post.

  1. Wow, Left the SSPX for liberal tendencies. That is something.


  2. Posted by RICanuck on April 14, 2016 at 12:57 am

    Google “Thinking Housewife Sexy Seniors”, if you dare. In her mind the truly ghastly sexual sin is between mature husbands and wives. If Mr. Wood is still in the picture, I am sure he’s not getting any.

    BTW, some rad trads have a truly sick attitudes towards sex, especially the married kind. I have had rad trads females tell me that the Immaculate Conception was effected without sex. When I mansplained that therefore:
    – Mary was conceived directly by the Holy Spirit, like Jesus. That means rad trads worship a god of incest.
    – or
    – an archangel carried a turkey baster between St. Joachim’s room and St. Anne’s. The visual imagery is just too disgusting to think about.

    One of the rad trad women tried to get her husband to lay a beating on me, but he thought the better of it after yelling and threatening.


    • Posted by Julian O'Dea on April 14, 2016 at 1:04 am

      Here is the link. As far as I can see, she doesn’t have a problem with “mature” sex but with the depiction of old people as sexy.


      There is a time and a place for everything. One lesson men and women have to learn is that you really are only young once (when you ARE young, you don’t realise this, although you may glimpse it in the sentimental, wistful way older people regard you.) There is no way to be young more than once.


      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on April 14, 2016 at 1:18 am

        You are quite right however about the Immaculate Conception. I assume these Trad ladies knew which doctrine was under discussion. The Immaculate Conception is the conception of Our Lady without original sin (to make her the proper vessel for Christ in the Virgin Birth, a different dogma). If they were indeed implying that St Anne conceived without sexual relations with her husband St Joachim, they were of course wrong.

      • I’m not quite sure how OK she is with sex among the aged. there is some ambiguity about whether she’s reacting to fornication among the aged, or whether she’s recycling the Middle Ages idea (see “The Wife of Bath” in Chaucer) that a second marriage when older constitutes bigamy.

        I hope I am wrong, but suffice it to say that there may be some ugly realities in her family life.

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on April 14, 2016 at 1:33 am

        Her objection seems to be that depictions of older people as still sexually aware are unseemly. I can see her point. I don’t think she is objecting to old people having sex.

        I really don’t want to speculate on her family life. I want to stay with her reported remarks on the pope. My understanding is that she supports patriarchy; and yet as soon as patriarchy – in the form of the pope – displeases her she rejects the authority. She doesn’t just express concern. She rejects the man in his office as pope.

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