Tuesday, December 11, 2018

ARCWP - Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests Invites You to Become Our Friends, Find Out How on our Website

Friend of the Association

Is God calling you to be a behind the scenes apostle?  We surely hope so!
Individuals who wish to collaborate with the Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests and are in support of our Vision, Mission, Values and Guidelines can request to join our group. 
Would you like to share your time and talent to help the Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests? Your gift may be a professional service such as a bookkeeper, attorney, marketing, public relations, office skills, etc. 
  • As a Friend of the Association of ARCWP, your degree of involvement will vary according to one’s talent and availability.
  • You will be invited to special events, annual retreats and ordinations.
In gratitude, we will keep you in our prayers, always.
Won’t you think about joining our team and supporting the Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests today?
Need more information, please fill out the contact form on our website.
The specific charism of ARCWP within the broader global Roman Catholic Women Priests initiative is to live Gospel equality and justice for all including women in the church and in society now. We work in solidarity with the poor, exploited, and marginalized for structural and transformative justice in partnership with all believers. Our vision is to act as a community of equals in decision-making both as an organization and within our faith communities. We advocate for the renewal of Jesus’ vision as found in the Gospel for our church and our world.
The unique focus of the Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests is on justice and equality:
1. We seek equality for women in the church including decision-making and ordination.
2. We minister with the poor and marginalized.
3. We live the spiritual and social justice tradition of the church serving inclusive communities of equals.
4. We actively and openly participate in nonviolent movements for peace and justice.

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