Scrutinizing a Scrutiny: A Critical Look at the NeoCatechumenal Way’s First Baptismal Scrutiny Convivence
Warning: If you were told to stay out of the Jungle, you definitely don't want to go here. Proceed at your own risk.
Anonymous March 6, 2014 at 7:05 PM
If the sisters were ever asked, they are only going to say yes because they're obedient. You're the one who is going to end up killing them early by giving them stress. The elderly and sick is supposed to be cared for, not be driven with hard work that may cause them stress.
I am not saying that what the Capuchins had taught us are wrong but you need to realize that their actions in how they handle the parish community is influenced by their formation and it is not the only formation that exists. I always wondered why my parish took so long to rebuild itself(the church building). I realized it was the Capuchin way of life. Money was not made of an issue. The vow of poverty sort of forced the priest to make due with what already existed, even if it meant patching an already termite infested panel with another on top of another.
In the past, seminarians were sent off island for studies and formation, is this still being done today?