Posts Tagged ‘ordination of women’

Culture warrior Catholics empty of positive faith Comments 0

Monday, November 16th, 2020
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Culture warrior Catholics are falling prey to fundamentalism and bigotry says a Czechoslovakian academic. Warning the positive content of faith has become emptied, Father Tomáš Halík quotes the former Archbishop of Milan, Carlo Maria Martini; “I am not so much afraid of people who do not have faith; what disturbs me are people who do Read more

Top theologian refuses to continue on German synodal path Comments 0

Monday, September 23rd, 2019

A member of the International Theological Commission says she is no longer available to participate in the “binding synodal path” proposed by the German bishops’ conference. Marianne Schlosser, who is a professor of theology at the University of Vienna, says she is concerned about the path’s approach and methodology. She was invited to contribute to Read more

Woman to be ordained Catholic priest Comments 0

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

Ordaining women is not allowed by canon law – but despite this American woman, Mary Alice Nolan, is going ahead with her ordination as a Catholic priest. The 64-year-old’s ordination will not be acknowledged by the Catholic church, which only allows men to become priests, but the lifelong follower of the faith is not letting Read more

Catholic paper calls for ordination of women Comments 0

Friday, December 7th, 2012

The National Catholic Reporter, a widely-circulated United States newspaper, has called for the ordination of women to the Catholic priesthood. “Barring women from ordination to the priesthood is an injustice that cannot be allowed to stand,” the paper said in a December 3 editorial. Continue reading Related Posts:Woman to be ordained Catholic priestWomen’s ordination panel Read more