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Catholic women called to the Priesthood

Soline Humbert tells her story

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The hidden vocations of the past


Women in the past with a priestly vocation

 

The Holy Spirit calls women today!


Present-day women with a vocation to the priesthood

Are priestly vocations from God? Women with a vocation to the diaconate Read the beautiful poems and images by Tina van Lieshout who felt called to the priestly ministry

Vocation Support

Initial ‘self-test’ to probe your vocation How do I know that I am called to the priesthood? Reflections on a Woman’s Journey to Ordination What steps should a woman take if she thinks she has a calling to ordination in the Catholic Church?
Is a woman’s vocation as ‘authentic’ as that of a man? Does anyone have the right to ordination? How do I answer critics who doubt my vocation? How to write your vocation story for us


Six options for Catholic women who feel called to the priesthood?

Further Documentation

Reviews of relevant books


Wijngaards Institute for Catholic ResearchThis website is maintained by the Wijngaards Institute for Catholic Research.

The Institute is known for issuing academic reports and statements on relevant issues in the Church. These have included scholars' declarations on the need of collegiality in the exercise of church authority, on the ethics of using contraceptives in marriage and the urgency of re-instating the sacramental diaconate of women.

Visit also our websites:Women Deacons, The Body is Sacred and Mystery and Beyond.

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