Women's Ordination Global Witness on St. Therese of Lisieux- WOC members gave out "little flowers" See their website for pictures of Global Witness for Women's Ordination--From Kate McAlwee
"A 19th century French Carmelite nun and Doctor of the Church, St. Therese wrote in her journals and confided in her sister Celine of her deep desire to be a priest. She wrote: "I feel in me the vocation of priest."
For the first time, a five yard-long purple "Ordain Women" banner was placed on the Sant'Angelo bridge, just in front of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. The banner stayed in place for nearly two hours before being removed by authorities.
Advocates for women's ordination joined the global day of action by witnessing in front of churches and cathedrals across the U.S., holding signs, handing out white roses and "10 Reasons to Ordain Women" leaflets..."