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Report and Papers from The United States <BR>Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation, Cincinnati, June 1975.

Pro and Con
on the Ordination of Women

Report and Papers from The United States
Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation, Cincinnati, June 1975.


I. The Issues in the Ordination Debate: A Two-Stage Process of Discussion
Arthur Vogel 1
II. The ARC XVI Statement   12
III. Ordination to Serve and to Represent Roman Catholic Explorations; The Canterbury Statement; Some Conclusions J.M.Donahue O.P. 20
IV. Responsible Use of the Scriptures Schuyler Brown S.J. and Richard W.Corney 39
V. New Testament Considerations Reginald H.Fuller 57
VI. Christian Women in Ecclesial Ministry: the First Six Hundred Years Agnes Cunningham 63
VII. Priesthood and the “Maleness” of Christ; Trinity and Christology in the Fathers Richard A.Norris, Jr. 69
VIII. Patriarchal Culture in the Bible and History Howard Rhys 81
IX. Ordination of Women; The Cultural Context Letitia Brennan 89
X. Women in the Order of Nature and in “The Church Today” Peter Day 99

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