GFTESS writes: Priest stripped of duties for celebrating Mass with woman priest.
Yes, he was and rightly so.
GFTESS writes: The Catholic Church prohibits women's ordination,
Yes, the CC prohibits women's ordination. She always has, from the moment of the Church's beginning on the First Pentecost Day in 33AD, and always will, until the end of the world.
The matter is officially closed ever since BL. Pope John Paul II issued Ordinatio Sacerdotalis in 1994 which clarifies the Church's perennial teaching on priestly ordination. In part, no. 4 reads, "Although the teaching that priestly ordination is to be reserved to men alone has been preserved by the constant and universal tradition of the Church and firmly taught by the Magisterium in its more recent documents, at the present time it is considered still open to debate, or the Church's judgment that women are not to be admitted to ordination is a mere disciplinary force. Wherefore, in order that all doubt my be removed regarding a matter of great importance, a matter which pertains to the Church's divine Constitution itself, in virtue of my ministry of confirming the brethren, (St. Luke 22:32), I declare that the Church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women and that this judgment is to be definitively held by all the Church's faithful."
This settle any doubt about the authority and permanency of the Church's constant teaching, simply re-affirming by the late Pope's Apostolic Letter founded on the written Word of god. The priestly ministry is mentioned in St. Luke "confirming the brethren" (that would be all us Catholics), was to only men under the Sacrament of Holy Orders. "The laying on of hands" is from the Acts of the Apostles. It did not proclaim a new or altered teaching. This teaching was from the beginning constantly preserved and applied in the Tradition of the Church and now it has been set forth infallibly by the Magisterium of the CC.
This priest was dismissed by the RCC in god's name of course for performing church dogma with an ordained WOMAN.
You are grumbling over what you don't know or understand correctly. There is no such thing as an ordained Catholic woman.
Women's ordination in Christ's Church is an impossibility and always has been.
To understand the Church's position on only male priests, we must look at the nature of the priesthood. The priesthood is an office entrusted by Christ to His Apostles...Christ chose only men as His Twelve Apostles and He gave them His authority to teach, govern, sanctify (that is administer the 7 Sacraments, including the Holy Eucharist(Mass) and forgive sins in His Holy Name.
Christ ordained only males because only males can be priests. When priests celebrate the Holy Mass and consecrate the Eucharist, they act in persona Christ, in the person of a groom, the Spouse of Holy Mother Church, which is the Bride of Christ. In this sense, the Church is feminine and the Holy Mass emphasizes the marital relationship between Jesus and His Church by recalling the passage in The Apoc. 19:7-9. The Lamb's Bride is in her wedding garments...the celebrant acting in persona Christ has to be male.