Diogenes highlights for us an announcement of a "liturgy" attempted by womenpriests in Minneapolis, with the enthusiastic support of Call to Action (natch).
Call to Action Minnesota: Womenpriests Celebrate the Eucharist. On Saturday, September 23, 4-8 pm. Call to Action invites you to a Eucharistic Celebration with Regina Nicolosi presiding. Rev. Nicolosi was ordained as a womanpriest this summer. Following the Eucharist is a presentation by SJA parishioner Dr. Dorothy Irvin on "Ancient and Contemporary Models of Womenpriests and Deacons". Supper is included.
What I've always questioned -- as an aside, since the whole routine is blasphemous and irreverent -- is where these "womenpriests" minister. Where do they [try to] say Holy Mass, to pray the Divine Office, hang a shingle, and provide a consistent and reliable presence for a little Christian flock?
When a new priest is ordained, part of the excitement is his first assignment and who his spiritual children will be. When these women engage in their litur-game, they seem to go on the road for show, like The Rubber Man, the Fire Eater, or the Bearded Lady. They live on the thrill of bouncing here and there to perform, and the focus is not on the triune God, but "come see the priest with a pair of ovaries!!"
Very hard to imagine that their theology calls them to decrease so that Christ may increase. Instead, it's "all me, all the time." Shallow, finite, and self-destructive. Like feeding a flock on a diet of cotton candy.