Anarchy is the “lack of obedience to an authority; insubordination: the anarchy of his rebellious teenage years.”
Rebellion is anarchy. Here are some examples of anarchy:
➢ Lucifer at creation
➢ Adam and Eve in the Garden
➢ Collegiality in the Church after Vatican II
➢ Feminism in the family
Feminist propaganda glorifies selfish independence of women, rejecting the need for
a husband in the family, and certainly never accepts him as the family’s head. These anti-Catholic feminist seeds produce a dysfunctional and miserable family
for all involved. Thus, feminism is anti-family.
Our fallen human nature inclines toward disobedience, and feminism is simply one variation of Lucifer’s cry “non serviam!” The Holy Ghost knew this and moved St. Paul to plainly set down God’s unchangeable Law (infallibly taught by the Catholic Church as well as the Natural Law):
Let women be subject to their husbands, as to the Lord: because the husband is the head of the wife, as Christ is the head of the Church. He is the savior of His Body. Therefore, as the Church is subject to Christ, so also let the wives be to their husbands in all things. … [L]et the wife fear her husband.
Tragically, feminist propaganda is the new norm in the Western World and is a poison absorbed in various degrees by most wives in the conciliar church and by many in the Catholic Church. Because of the liberalism all around us, we are all imbued by this spirit of liberalism and rebellion.
A central, anti-family, feminist idea is that all women, to be “fulfilled,”
must work outside the home, have a career, and be dependent on no one, least
of all, on a husband. It is easy to see this idea is directly against Catholic dogma and the Natural Law. The “new” SSPX is an enabler of this family-destroying propaganda when it hires wives/mothers (as it does), who have children and responsibilities at home.
From the beginning, the husband is the head, i.e., the leader of the family. He is the one who proposed marriage. He is most responsible for the family’s salvation, protection, financial well-being, and discipline when needed. The wife is the heart
of the family, bringing generosity, love, support, humility, respect, loyalty,
modesty, etc. They work as a team doing God’s will.
The husband, although the head, has the grave duty to love and cherish his wife and sacrifice for her like for his own body.
Just as St. Paul counteracted a wife’s fallen tendency to disobey her husband, St. Paul also counteracted a husband’s fallen tendency to not love and sacrifice for his wife with complete generosity. St. Paul infallibly taught:
Husbands, love your wives, as Christ also loved the church, and delivered himself up for it: that he might sanctify it, cleansing it by the laver of water in the word of life: that he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy, and without blemish. So also, ought men to love their wives as their own bodies. He that loveth his wife, loveth himself. For no man ever hated his own flesh; but nourisheth and cherisheth it, as also Christ doth the church: because we are members of his body, of his flesh, and of his bones. For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife, and they shall be two in one flesh. Nevertheless, let every one of you in particular, love his wife as himself ….
Notice that these laws are not contingent on the other spouse fulfilling his/her own duty. If one spouse fails to do his/her duty, that is no excuse for the other one. St. Paul does not command a wife to obey her husband provided he loves her and delivers himself up for her. St. Paul simply commands: “as the Church is subject to Christ, so also let the wives be to their husbands in all things”.
A wife acts against God and Nature when she does not obey her husband. She acts perversely. A faithful Catholic woman (and one following Nature), wants to lean on her husband and have him provide for, protect, and guide her.
Likewise, St. Paul does not command a husband to love his wife and sacrifice himself for her provided she is loveable and that she obeys him. A man acts against God and Nature who does not love, cherish, and sacrifice himself for his wife as for his own body. Doing anything less is perverse. Simply, a husband must be chivalrous, must love his wife and must sacrifice himself for her with complete generosity.
A Catholic husband must love his family as Christ loves His Church. A Catholic wife must obey her husband as the Blessed Virgin Mary obeyed St. Joseph. For love of God (and following Nature), both must love and sacrifice for their family. Doing this, the Catholic family is happy, harmonious, and holy. Otherwise, the family is a failure.
In contrast to this happy, harmonious family, a family infected with feminism forms the next generation to also be anarchists. Thus, feminist anarchy in the home is a disaster which travels from one generation to the next, causing damnation. One of the reasons for the General Judgment (at the end of the world), is so that we can see how our actions (such as having a matriarchal family), destroy the generations after we are in the grave.
Feminism denies the God-given and Natural order and authority in the family. This is anarchy! Anarchy means the family is a house divided against itself. A house divided against itself will not stand. Thus, feminism destroys the family.
Because we are Catholic and are Soldiers of Christ, we must fight feminism!