Thursday, November 12, 2020

Women's Ordination Conference Presentation: What It Means To Be A Woman Priest with Roman Catholic Women Priests and the Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests

From Kate McElwee
Executive Director, Women's Ordination Conference

Many thanks to those who joined us for our event, "What it means to be a woman priest," in collaboration with Roman Catholic Women Priests and the Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests

As I mentioned during our session, we started Vocations Awareness week with the "Cardboard Cardinal" (who had very little to say about women's ordination!) and most fittingly ended our week of advocacy with not only refreshingly dialogical priests, but those who truly embody a renewed priesthood, rooted in social justice and inclusion. 

Please find the recording of the event here:

And for those who may be interested in discerning further with these movements or would like to set up a more one-on-one conversation, here are the contacts for the Program Coordinators for RCWP, based on region.  

For ARCWP (US and International), please contact Mary Theresa Streck: Kathy Gibbons Schuck, listed below, is the Eastern US and international coordinator for RCWP. 

Marie T. Annoni, Ph.D. ~ (Midwest Region)
Kathleen Bean ~ ( Great Waters Region)
Jacqueline M. Clarys ~ (Eastern Region)
Penny Donovan ~ (Western Region)
Kathleen Gibbons Schuck ~ (Eastern Region and International)
Marilyn Rondeau ~ (Eastern Region)
Ruth Roth ~ (RCWP-Canada)
Martha Sherman ~ (Midwest Region)
Susan Vaickauaski ~ (Great Waters Region)
Helen Weber-McReynolds ~ (Midwest Region)

On behalf of the Women's Ordination Conference, thank you for joining us in a celebration of courage and prophetic obedience! Please make sure to continue to follow WOC on social media (@OrdainWomen) and subscribe to our emails here.  

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