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ORDAINING CATHOLIC WOMEN TO PRIESTHOOD RAISES IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

by Joanna Manning

SHOULD CATHOLIC WOMEN BE ORDAINED? For Vatican minions and conservative Catholics the answer to this question is a foregone conclusion: No. Rome has spoken. End of story. But Catholic feminists from the opposite end of the religious spectrum are also raising doubts about ordination. At last November’s Call To Action Conference, I attended a Women’s Ordination Conference workshop where three speakers spoke about ordination.

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