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Overview of Documents on Tradition on Our Website

 Dedication to the Ladies
‘Church Orders’ and the question of Women Priests
‘Decretals’
‘Latent’ Tradition in the Church
‘Searching for the Tradition’
“ Consider tradition . The case for women’s ordination”
“Stones will Cry Out”
“Women’s Quarrel”
A Partial List of Women Deacon Saints
A Woman Deacon’s Apostolate
A Woman Deacon’s service at the altar
A Woman Deacon’s Supervisory Role in the Assembly
Against Nature and God by Joan Morris
Ambrosiaster
An Argument for the Restoration of the Female Diaconate in the Catholic Church
And all was Revealed to Him
Augustine
Background Information on the Donatio Constantini
Balsamon
Blastares
Book IV, 725a-728a
Canonical Institutes and Religious Orders
Canons of the Council of Nicea
Canons of the Second Synod of Orléans
Canons of the Synod of Epaon
Capitulary of Bishop Theodulf of Orléans
Catholic Women Deacons
Celibatarian Repression of Women
Celtic women in liturgical ministry
Church Councils on Women Deacons
Church Law and ‘Women Priests’
Church Law and Women Priests’ -prejudiced in its roots
Clement of Alexandria
Coislin 213gr – folium 32r
Coislin 213gr – folium 32v
Concerning the question  Whether Women are Human Beings- German
Conclusion: Man is Superior
Constant Tradition
Council of Chalcedon
Council of Nicaea II
Deaconesses in Late Antique Gaul
Defining “prejudice”
Didache
Differences in the Ordination Service?
Epiphanes
Generation of Animals Book IV, 736b-737b
Generation of Animals Book IV, 765b-767b
Generation of Animals Book IV, 774b-776b
God and the Human Being in the Writings of Gertrud of Helfta
Greek Philosophy on the Inferiority of Women
How to Judge Tradition?
Ignatius of Antioch
In what Esteem the Women are held by Men, and how justly

Introduction Man Superior to Woman or A Vindication of Man’s Natural Right of Sovereign Authority over women

Isidore of Seville
James of Edessa
Jerome
John of Telo
Letter of Atto, Bishop of Vercelli, to the priest Ambrose
Letters concerning Women Deacons published in the Tablet
Local Council of Gangra
Man Superior to Woman
Man Superior to Woman or A Vindication of Man’s Natural Right of Sovereign Authority over women
Manuscript Barberini gr. 336
Manuscript Barberini gr. 336 -Greek texts
Manuscript Coislin 213gr-folium33r
Manuscript Coislin 213gr-folium33v
Opponents to the Sacramental Character of Women Deacons
Overview of ancient Church Councils and Local Synods laying down rules
Overview of Church law and Church lawyers legislating about women
Overview of documents on Tradition on our website
Overview of the Fathers of the Church involved in the discussion on the ordination of women
Overview since Apostolic Times
Post-medieval Theologians and ‘Women Priests’
Prejudice does not invalidate Tradition
Press Debate
Priesthood, Precedent and Prejudice
Pseudo-Augustine
Reconstructed Text from Seven Manuscripts
Sexuality, Gender and Christian Identity in the Fourth and Early Fifth Centuries
St. Irenaeus
St. John Chrysostom
Statuta Ecclesiae Antiqua
Synod of Laodicea
Tertullian
The ‘False Decretals’
The History of Women Deacons
The ‘tradition’ of not ordaining women priests was not part of the real Tradition of the Church
The Apostolic Constitutions
The Apostolic Constitutions, Book VIII
The Barberini gr.336 Manuscript Introduction by Stefano Parenti
The Bessarion Manuscript
The Canons of Bishop Timothy
The Canons of Dionysius
The Canons of St. Basil
The Canons of the 217 Blessed Fathers who Assembled at Carthage
The Canons of the Council of Trullo
The Canons of the Holy and Altogether August Apostles
The Canons of the Synod of Orange
The Code of Canon Law, 1917
The Code of Church Law, 1983
The Coislin gr. 213 Manuscript
The Construction of Women’s Difference in the Christian Theological Traditon
The crumbling of the institutional Church prejudice
The Didascalia Apostolorum
The Donation of Constantine
The Episcopal Jurisdiction of Abbesses
The Fathers and the question of ‘Women Priests’
The latent Tradition, throughout the centuries
The Ordination of Women and Tradition
The Ordination of Women Deacons
The Ordination of Women Deacons according to the Apostolic Constitutions
The Ordination of Women Deacons in the Syriac Tradition
The Origin of the Fittest: Essays on Evolution
The penitential of Bishop Theodore of Canterbury (died 690 AD)
The Problem of the Ordination of Women in the Early Christian Priesthood
The Rabbinical Tradition regarding Menstruation
The Rhipidion
The Rights of Women According to Roman Law
The Superiority of Men over Women founded on Custom and Tradition
The Synod of Auxerre
The Synod of Rouen
The Tasks of Women Deacons
The Theory of Developments in Religious Doctrine, 1843
The truly Christian response to the menstruation taboo
The Vision of Women
The Walesby Tank
The Woman Deacon’s role at Baptism
Traditio Apostolica
Traditio perpetuo servata?
Tradition and reasoning: a nonfoundationalist perspective.
Tradition and the Fathers
Tradition and Women’s Ministries
Tradition in Post-Scholastic Theology
Tradition in the Middle Ages
Tradition must be Informed
Traditons in Scripture and the Church
True Tradition in the Church is Dynamic and Growing
Valid Tradition is Scriptural
Vatican II on Tradition
Vatican Manuscript, gr. 1872
Views on the Ordination of Women
What Capacity the Women have for Sciences
When women were deacons
When Women Were Priests: Women’s Leadership in the Early Church
Whether the Women are equally qualified with Men for Government and Public Offices
Whether Women are equal to Men in their intellectual Capacity, or not
Whether Women are Human Beings?
Whether Women are naturally qualified for Military Offices or not?
Women and girls were not allowed to be singers in Church
Women as deacons
Women Deaconesses in Historical Records
Women deacons
Women Deacons – Overview
Women in the Church Interpreting the past, envisaging the future
Women or Girls serving at Mass?!
Women Overseers of Churches
Women Priests in the Ancient Church
Women were considered Inferior Creatures
Women were considered Ritually Unclean
Women were considered to be in a state of punishment for sin