|PRIESTHOOD, UNITY AND THE ORDINATION OF WOMEN|
|1. The Call to Dialog within the ChurchCarroll Stuhlmueller, C.P.||5|
|ORIGINS AND EARLY EVOLUTION OF PRIESTHOOD|
|2. Culture, Leadership and Symbolism in the Old Testament Carroll Stuhlmueller, C.P.||23|
|3. The Role of Women according to Jesus and the Early Church Robert J. Karris, O.F.M.||47|
|4. The Ministry and Ordination of Women according to the Early Church FathersCarolyn Osiek, R.S.C.J.||59|
|LAW, TRADITION AND LITURGY|
|5. Church Law and the Prohibition to Ordain WomenDismas Bonner, O.F.M.||71|
|6. The Ordination of Women and the Force of TraditionGilbert Ostdiek, O.F.M.||85|
|7. The Priest as "Another Christ" in Liturgical PrayerRalph A. Keifer||103|
|8. Rabbinical Tradition on the Role of WomenHayim G. Perelmuter||111|
|PASTORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DYNAMICS|
|9. Human Conflicts within Church Ministry and the Ordination of WomenSebastian MacDonald, C.P.||123|
|10. Symbolism of Sexuality: Person, Ministry and Women Priests Thomas More Newbold, C.P||133|
|11. Dialog with Women on their Call to Ministry and PriesthoodDennis J. Geaney, O.S.A.||143|
|MINISTRIES FOR TOMORROW|
|12. Dialog with Church Leaders and Theological Schools on Charisms and Priestly MinistryAlcuin Coyle, O.F.M.||159|
|13. Publications: 1975-1977Hyang Sook Chung Yoon||179|
|Declaration on the Question of the Admission of Women to the Ministerial PriesthoodSacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith -- text as in Swidler's edition||212|
|Report of Pontifical Biblical Commission||226|
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