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Friday, March 10, 2017

Sister Mary Pro-Abort Speaks at Vatican, Women's March in Washington

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Sister Simone Campbell at the Women's March on Washington Sister Simone Campbell at the Women's March on Washington

This just in from LifeSiteNews

Sister Simone Campbell, a dissident nun most famous for her "Nuns on a Bus" work, spoke at the Vatican on Wednesday at a conference for International Women's Day. Titled "Voices of Faith," the conference has taken place for four consecutive years. This year's program thanked Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo, chancellor of The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, "for opening the doors to the Casina Pio IV."  FULL REPORT HERE

REMNANT COMMENT: So, a pro-abort "nun" is an honored guest speaker at the Vatican this week, a pro-genocide whacko last week, I wonder what's up next week. Anton LaVey? 

Not that this doesn't make perfect sense. I mean, obviously, the Vatican was as impressed with "Sister" Simone's nutty little cry for help in Washington back in January as we were:


I'm not sure if Sister Simone's "girl power" wonder twin, Sister Joan Chittister, has gotten herself ordained a priest yet or not, but if she's not offering Mass somewhere, maybe she can land a gig at the Vatican next month. This gal pal is always fun at a party!

 

 

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