I guess we’re going there today. And it’s a hella interesting conversation!
And as Dr. Chris Fahrenbach says in the interview, “If you can’t talk about something…Why is that?”
I am a Catholic. And I don’t understand why Womenpriests are not formally accepted. As a Catholic, I often find myself at a crossroads. When I feel lost, confused, or really sad, going into a church makes me feel safe and heard. As a child, we started to attend church as our family started to fall apart. Although I believe God exists everywhere, and it doesn’t necessarily have to be in a place of worship, sometimes that faith is more obvious to me in a church or in the woods. Although I feel called to the Catholic faith, I am tolerant of all religions, as I believe, to each his or her own. As much as the church comforts me, I don’t agree with everything the it teaches. For example, why can’t women be priests? Why can’t priests marry?
On today’s episode, Dr. Chris Fahrenbach, a psychologist here in Santa Cruz, CA, talks with us about Roman Catholic Womenpriests, as she, herself, is one. And, well, I can’t hide my adoration for Dr. Fahrenbach. She is so thoughtful and introspective as she guides us into this discussion. Join us! To learn more, goto romancatholicwomenpriests.org