I posted an entry the other day about statements made by the excommunicated SSPX bishop Williamson in which he takes exception to the naming of females as Doctors of the Church.
I closed down the comments on that entry when I saw that some people just weren’t getting the point.
However, after closing down the combox, more than one person sent me a really interesting tidbit of information. Here is just one of the notes I got on the same subject:
I found something
today that I thought you might find interesting. And you closed the comments on
Bishop Williamson’s opposition to female Doctors of the Church before I could
In the Roman Catholic Daily Missal by Angelus Press the little blurb on St.
Teresa of Avila before the Propers of the Mass (page 1454) states in part:
"On account of her invaluable works on mystical Theology, she may be
considered one of the greatest Doctors of the Church."
I certainly found that interesting considering Bishop Williamson’s beliefs and
the connection between Angelus Press and the SSPX.