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Pope St Pius X Against Woman in Politics (NY Times 1909)
"Woman can never be man's equal and cannot therefore enjoy equal rights. Few women would ever desire to legislate, and those who did would only be classed as eccentrics." –Pope St. Pius X (New York Times - 04-21-1909)

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Herman | Reply 09.06.2017 06.28

Holy Writ clearly defines men's and women's roles ... women started wearing men's dress causing social upheaval.

Nellie | Reply 22.10.2016 12.23

It has to be on Earth as it is in Heaven. In Heaven, God is at the head of a hierarchy. In the home and in society, man is to be at the head. Pax!

Mary | Reply 21.10.2016 18.47

Thank you Pope St. Pius X. Thank you.

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13.06 | 18:08

Regularized... meaning he was removed of any censor for receiving ordination outside of the Catholic Church, and was formally approved by the Pope (Gregory XVII) to offer Catholic (True) Sacraments, for the Church. (He received canonical mission.)

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12.06 | 02:51

what is meant by regularized? If you were ordained in the Tridentine Rite that
should be good enough and certainly valid. Why regularized?
DL

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10.06 | 09:57

Read the book "Life of St. Margaret Queen of Scotland", posted here, whose holy feast day it is today!

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07.06 | 10:20

Wow, there was a precedent to our situation . . . thank you for this link.

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