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Bridgit for Pope Movement

category international | gender and sexuality | news report author Monday February 06, 2012 17:01author by iseult osullivan Report this post to the editors

Can a woman become Pope, President or head of the world armies.

It has been over 900 years since a woman became Pope. With a woman as Pope, and President and World Army leader of a new earth army can we solve the worlds problems.

The last female Pope was born in Mainz Germany, Joan or Agnes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIyY9PZ-Dg0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6kdSgokNbg

Woman can lead the new earth army and also become Presidents, lets change the world one kitchen at a time.

New Earth Army

http://neweartharmy.com/Welcome.html

Woman Presidents (usa next)

http://www.terra.es/personal2/monolith/00women2.htm

author by Joan of Parcpublication date Wed Feb 08, 2012 17:38Report this post to the editors

I don't think it makes any difference if the Pope has a vagina or not. Why would it? Do you believe that old sexist canard that women are somehow more 'spiritually aware'? Can't we ever get past this vagina/penis thing?

author by Damien M - PWpublication date Wed Feb 08, 2012 18:44Report this post to the editors

should take a leaf out of the Master's Good Book, wear a cloth and sandals.
Sell ALL his worldly possessions and give to the poor, including the fortune tied up in Rothschild's banks, Shell Oil shares, various arms companies and other such slush funds.

"Vot? All of eet?", Yes! It's immoral! Melt down that throne!
"Vot? All of eet?", Yes! It's immoral! Melt down that throne!

author by cropbeypublication date Fri Feb 10, 2012 18:06Report this post to the editors



Dosn't seem to be very likely.

If you want senior female clerics why dont' you just join the Church of Ireland?

author by leftypublication date Sat Feb 11, 2012 09:36Report this post to the editors

A woman pope?
great! then that will be people of both sexes talking hypocritical shite that I'll ignore

Why would any decent person, man or woman want to lead such a morally bankrupt power hungry organisation based on lies?

author by Atheist...publication date Sun Feb 12, 2012 09:08Report this post to the editors

Listen to your rational mind for once.
Your rational mind tells you that all this religious stuff is crap.

author by wearypublication date Mon Feb 13, 2012 18:26Report this post to the editors

There are better ways that women can change the world than playing stupid religio-power politics.
women can change the world by instilling good empathetic values into their sons.
However, thats a lot of work isn't it? power and money and privilege is nice. Lets dump the kids in a creche / in school / in front of the tv and go grab us some of that instead. shiny.

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