This week CBS Los Angeles reported the story "Group called 'Roman Catholic Womenpriests' Say They Are Defying The Church to Answer a Call From God." It included the following video:
As usual, the report is filled with misinformation. For starters, John Paul II did not decide a mere twenty years ago that there can never be womenpriests in the Catholic Church. That decision was made by Christ 2,000 years ago when he chose his apostles, twelve men, to be his first priests and bishops. Since the priest acts in the very person of Christ at the altar, and Christ was a man, it is impossible for a woman to be a priest.
For the past 48 hours The Remnant website has been down and completely out of commission--including all of our email services. The problem had to do with the UK-based company we had been using for our domain name hosting, as well as some new 2014 laws regarding registration and confirmation of websites in the UK.
We are happy to announce that as of this morning we have moved every component of The Remnant's online presence over to an American, pro-Christian, pro-family, pro-life hosting company. Because we are very familiar with the good people that run this company and the great work they do, we can guarantee our visitors that this problem will not happen again.
Many thanks for all the prayers and well wishes we received during this ordeal. Please resend any email you have sent to The Remnant since Wednesday morning, May 14, and we will make every effort to reply over the weekend.