October 19, 2021

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USA: DNA tests or clinical trials.  Bishop writes about the need to confirm the gender of seminars

USA: DNA tests or clinical trials. Bishop writes about the need to confirm the gender of seminars

According to the cleric, in one case a person fraudulently obtained “ritual records that reflect their new identity.” “In all cases, medical or psychological records of these people indicate no treatment or appropriate surgery” – we read in the note quoted by KAI.

Note No seminaries or homes in the United States mention a biological woman who identified herself as a man.

The archbishop said, “The diocesan bishop must agree in a large seminary and appoint only men with the necessary physical and psychological qualities” and the bishop said “various measures may be required to establish moral commitment in this matter.”

The pastor added, “Some members of the canon affairs and church administration committee have indicated that the bishop must have a DNA test or at least a certification from a bishop-selected medical professional to ensure that the candidate is male.”

The code of canon law in Canon 1024 clearly states, “Only baptized men are formally ordained”. If someone emotionally tries to do so, he is expelled.


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