February 4, 2015The Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests (ARCWP) responds to Vatican’s denigrating image of women and lack of women’s voices at AssemblySee::Women’s Cultures: Equality and Differences”Plenary Assembly of the Pontifical Council for Culture, Rome 4-7 February 2015Contact: Janice Sevre-Duszynska, D.Min. (Media)rhythmsofthedance email@example.com 859-684-4247
Bishop Bridget Mary Meehan, firstname.lastname@example.orgSee: www.arcwp.orgToday at the Vatican men are meeting behind closed doors making decisions about women in the Catholic Church. The Assembly selected a 1936 "Venus Restored" sculpture by Man Ray of a plaster cast of a torso of a naked woman bound in ropes as their cover image.Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests Bishop Bridget Mary Meehan wrote
on her blog (bridgetmarys.blogspot.com) that it “reflects the Vatican’s patriarchal, dysfunctional view that holds women in spiritual bondage. This image denigrates women’s bodies and souls and reflects a deep misogyny in need of healing and transformation.”“If we had women priests at the Vatican, do you think an image like this would see the light of day?” she asked.
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