Wednesday, May 6, 2015

'Catholicism Undervalues Women"/New York Times/ Agree, Women Priests Are Creating Renewed Communities Now to Offer New Inclusive Model

"But the church’s refusal to follow some other Christian denominations and ordain women undermines any progress toward equality that it trumpets or tries. Sexism is embedded in its structure, its flow chart."

Ordination of Women Priests in Cleveland, Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests
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Bridget Mary's Response: I agree with Frank Bruni. The good news is that there are 200 women in the international Roman Catholic Women Priests Movement. 
Olga Lucia Alvarez, ARCWP, Martha Sota, ARCWP in Colombia, Latin America

We serve inclusive Catholic communities in over 35 states in the United States, in Latin America, Europe, Canada, and Africa. Roman Catholic Women Priests believe that women and men are created equal by God and can equally represent Christ in ministry.

Mary Mother of Jesus Inclusive Catholic Community, Sarasota, Florida
has Roman Catholic Women Priests, deacons, and married priests

Catholics who believe that our church is a spiritual home for everyone, not just those who keep the rules of the church worship in these communities of equals. We are living the church of our dreams now. It is my hope that Pope Francis moves the Vatican from the policy of exclusion to the affirmation of women as priests, deacons and bishops in a church for all that is a renewed model in a community of equals.! Bridget Mary Meehan, ARCWP,,

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