Norma Jean Coon recently announced on her site.
The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has lifted any canonical sanctions that I incurred by attempting ordination as a deacon. A letter from Bishop Robert Brom states that I may now return to the full practice of our Catholic faith. I have been very touched at the remarkable support of my actions and the prayers offered in my behalf during this trying time. I wish to thank all those who have prayed for me and for my family. The prayers and masses have been deeply appreciated. May Lent and Easter hold many blessings for you and your family.
Sincerely in our Lord,
Norma Jean Coon
March 25, 2011
Maybe Norma Jean Coon could get in touch with Father Bourgeois.
The excommunicated founder and leader of annual protests against U.S. military training for Latin American soldiers—protests in which Jesuit and other Catholic universities have played a major role—has been ordered by his Maryknoll superior to recant his vocal support of women’s ordination.
In a letter dated March 18 but disclosed yesterday, Roy Bourgeois, who has been automatically excommunicated and then laicized following his participation in a 2008 ceremony to “ordain” a Catholic woman, was given 15 days to recant or he will be formally dismissed from the Maryknoll Fathers.
Via Campus Notes
Please pray for Father Bourgeois that he will repent.