When I found the poll, 75% of respondents thought the Church should ordain women.
"HA!" quoth I. "We’ll see."
We have had fun with polls lately, some scientific and some not so scientific.
I like the scientific poll of CARA at Georgetown University which found that, of Catholics with an opinion, 2 to 1 favor having a TLM available.
I like the WDTPRS poll which shows that a huge majority of people would prefer black vestments for their own funerals.
In the meantime, I had an e-mail from great Fr. George Rutler of Our Saviour Church in Manhattan. He wrote:
Thank you for the fun of frustrating those silly pollsters. They have it coming to them. Just for them to query people about whether the Church should ordain women shows a theological ignorance akin to asking if the US Congress should repeal the Law of Gravity. [LOL!] I should like to see the shocked look of the pollsters. I wonder how the editors of US Catholic explained the results of their poll on the Usus Antiquior.
Remember that risible article in US Catholic? That had a poll too, come to mention it.
When I found it, that poll was pretty much even-steven.
But that was before you lot went to work on it.
Now … not so even-steven.
You people are the greatest!