Catholic organizations specifically dedicated to promoting the ordination of women:
- Catholic Internet Library on the Ordination of Women
That is: this website!
- Catholic Women’s Ordination
Brings out a quarterly Newsletter.
- New Wine
Catholic Women called to the priestly ministry.
Reform movements that promote the ordination of women as one of their objectives:
Other Churches that are open to women priests:
Women from Great Britain tell their vocation story on our website:
English, pastoral minister in a Catholic parish in London, UK.
born in England, represents Catholic Women’s Ordination in Midlothian, Scotland.
Involved in the peace movement, ecumenism, Kendal, England.
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Samples of theology from Great Britain on our website:
- Tina Beattie, ‘The Female Body and the Sacramental Priesthood in neo-orthodox Catholic Theology’ in God’s Mother, Eve’s Advocate, University of Bristol 1999, pp. 56 – 66.
- Elizabeth Price, ‘Seeing Sin where None Is’, Catholics for a Changing Church, New Blackfriars 2000. Polish Translation.
- Anne Baring and Jules Cashford, Eve: the Mother of All Living and ‘Eve in Christian Culture’ from from The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an Image (Penguin Books, 1991) pp. 486-546.
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