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Excommunicated Nun Accepts Award for Abortion Decision

Excommunicated Sister of Mercy Margaret McBride received the 2011 Call To Action Leadership Award at their annual conference precisely for her role in a decision at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix to abort an 11 week old unborn baby.

She gives a short speech accepting the award where she talks of mercy and forgiveness and bashes the Church in the same breath. Pretty darn disgusting.

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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

No faithful Catholic would have anything to do with CTA, much less accept an award from it. This sister hates the Church; it's obvious from her remarks. She's very pleasant in the tone with which she says it, but she expresses contempt for the clergy, which can only come from hatred for the Church.

Anonymous said...

Why is her name preceeded by Sister of Mercy? If she is excommunicated she would no longer be a nun. I wish more bishops would stand up.

Debbie

John F. Kennedy said...

Debbie,

I've read that she was no longer excommunicated because she went to confession. However, I think you have to actually be repentant for your sins and not happy about them. Someone with greater knowledge on the subject would have t determine if her confession was valid and thus her excommunication lifted.

Anonymous said...

She is CTA material, she'd make a good wymynpryst for them. I think they should make one of those giant papier mache puppets in her likeness and bob it around during one of their "liturgies". No, she is not repentant if she is accepting an award for doing what excommunicated her. When the "hierarchy" "changes" to aborting babies (I'm not seeing the "love" in that), ripple effect or not, I'll be gone.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful words: "Go Home and mend a relationship". Who can fail to see the paradox. Going home---back to the Church. Mend a relationship, go to the sacrament of healing and proclaim your devoted love towards Christ redeeming power through the Church that He established and gave authority to the very same hierachy that she mocks. God is good and merciful and His love endures forever.

torculus said...

Margaret McBride - another pseudo-Catholic mocking the Church she claims to serve. If she hasn't got the guts to live her faith, or even admit she's a heretic (who sanctions the killing of innocent human beings) she deserves a time out for failing the most basic tenet of the Faith - Thou shalt not kill.

Anonymous said...

Did she honestly reference HER OWN suffering? Did SHE just ask US to "extend love to a CHILD who's gone through a lot of heartache"?! Can she even hear herself? Ack.

Diane

Anonymous said...

If the Catholic Church imposes the Rite of Excommunication on a person, the Catholic Church must lift the excommunication by Rite, from the Vatican. The Sacrament of Reconciliation only lifts the self-excommunication imposed by a person separating oneself from the Catholic Church though mortal sin. Actually since this individual has violated the unalienable right to LIFE, LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS through murdering the sovereign person in the womb, she has forfeit her citizenship in America under the Declaration of Independence. All abortionists in thought, word and deed forfeit their citizenship by denying another person their unalienalbe endowed rights and citizenship. Sure that woman is happy. She just skunked the whole human race and imposed her will on God. That happiness is the life of the child she is living, having taken it through murder.

Anonymous said...

And she smiles about it!

As though excommuncation is something to smile about!

Clinton said...

Where is her congregation in all of this? Are her fellow Sisters of Mercy
pleased with what she's done? I'm guessing that the answer is 'yes'.
I'm also going to bet that her congregation is aging, shrinking, and
dying. By their fruits...

As for Sister and her smirking, in her circles being excommunicated is a
badge of honor. It gives her victim status and is a credential for the
CTA lecture circuit. She's both amused by it and pleased over it. And
if she needs employment, there are numerous 'catholic' institutions
that will hire her because of it. It's like getting the Willy Wonka Golden
Ticket.

Anonymous said...

One prays for people like her;
One hopes she will realize the error of her ways;
In the mean time, one wonders whether, if the prayers are not efficacious, she might as well reap as much worldly reward while she is in the world....

astrugglingdad said...

...and they were debating whether she acted in good faith ...sheeesh!

Paul Schlenker said...

How does she want the Catholic Church to change? Does she want the Church to teach that killing an innocent unborn child is moral?? If so, I hope she doesn't hold her breath.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if a pro-abortion nun takes communion in the hand or receives communion on the tongue?

Mike Malone said...

It seems that the proof of the pudding is the acceptance of this award. The Church did the right thing......sad but she is no longer a Catholic....latae sententiae ring a bell?

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