Well, I must say that I’m starting to feel a little miffed about not being asked to join our betters at Davos. It’s hard enough missing out on being wined and dined by Klaus Schwab, and my revolutionary spirit rises at the thought of being accosted by the WEF Police. But to hear that The Nuns were on the invitation list while traditional Catholics missed out? That really is a blow.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, members of the “Sister Project” participated in a public debate with business people and human rights activists. The world needs “courageous leaders,” including women, said Sr. Patricia Murray of the UISG International Union of Superiors General.
For those who may not remember, the UISG was at the forefront of schismatic toil and trouble at the Pachamama Amazon synod a few years ago. It is full of feminists and would-be priestesses, so it’s hardly surprising to see them pop up at Davos to assist with plotting the Church’s demise.
The Sisters’ specific focus at Davos is Goal 17 of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals – to “Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development‘. That’s code for stealing from the rich to indoctrinate the poor.
Sr Murray obviously underwent her formation at the Pontifical Academy of Bergoglian Doublespeak: “Courageous leadership requires humility, openness to new things, acceptance of the risk of failure and new beginnings.” That sounds very familiar.
And why not? The Sisters rightly point out that Pope Bergoglio has made a huge impact on the business world by telling the atheistic communists at the WEF exactly what they want to hear – “We are talking about alternative economies. We are saying that we need change, transformation. We are saying the old models are not working. So, let’s try something together, the business world with the faith-based world.”
Gee, it’s almost like the Church and Big Business are getting ready some kind of revolution. Somehow, I don’t think they’ll forget our invitations to that one.