The real reason for the Vatican’s problem with LCWR

Aug 20, 2014 | 0 comments


Was it their custom of collaborative decision-making that gained US nuns the disapproval of the Vatican?

The Leadership Conference of Women Religious spent the first day of its annual assembly in Nashville, Tenn., exploring the group’s “contemplative, collaborative process for making decisions,” which we know the Vatican has found troublesome.This is, in fact, but an example, much as patients use in their search to explain to doctors what is bothering them, of the fundamental conflict between Roman authorities and America’s women religious.

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