Catholic organizations specifically dedicated to promoting the ordination of women:
- Irish Catholic women’s ordination campaign: B.A.S.I.C.
Means: ‘Brothers and Sisters in Christ’.
Brings out a quarterly called BASIC.
Basic organised “The international Women’s Ordination Conference in Dublin 29 June- 1 July 2001”.
Samples of articles from Ireland on our website:
- Mary McAleese, President of Ireland (1997-2011), ‘Coping with a Christ who does not want women priests almost as much as He wants Ulster to remain British’, Women Sharing Fully, Dublin 1995, pp. 11-21.
- ‘Secret Priests’ (about the Czech women priests), from No vipers in the Vatican, Columba Press pp. pp. 235-251.
- Owen o’Sullivan, ‘Where are the Priest-Prophets?’, The Furrow 54 (2003) no1, pp. 37 – 42.
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