Friday, December 16, 2022

Newsletter - Roman Catholic Women Priests Canada December Issue


The December 15th issue of Roman Catholic Women Priests Canada's online magazine, The Review, at, features the following original and linked articles:

Mary Tells Her Story

  • Women’s ordination and church governance are ‘big theological questions’
  • Synod Working Document:  Continental stage synod document
  • Are We Protagonists Yet? The place of women in the synod's working document
  • Catholics need to manage their expectations about the Synod
  • Is Pope Francis playing to the College of Cardinals?

Climate Change
  • Multifaith community mobilizes to preserve creation ahead of COP15

Comments to the Editor

The Interview
  • Excerpt from America Magazine interview with Pope Francis
  • Responses to the Interview
  • Sexist smoke and mirrors theology -- a tool of oppression
  • Primal fear of women
  • We are the Church
  • Is anyone more qualified to celebrate Eucharist than the woman who first said, "This is my body. This is my blood"? The "Marian principle" Francis mentions does not exclude women called to priestly, sacramental ministry
  • More responses to Pope Francis' interview

Reflections and Homilies on the Sunday Readings of the Roman Missal and the Revised Common Lectionary
RCWP Canada Bishop's Message:  What am I asked to birth?

Indigenous Relations
  • Indigenous Relations NEWSLETTER
  • #94 Calls in 94 Days
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe

  • Church Renewal
  • Ecumenism and Interfaith
  • Environment
  • Indigenous Relations
  • Social Justice
  • Spirituality
  • Women's Flourishing

Christian Nationalism
  • 20 resources to resist Christian nationalism
  • A Native Catholic asks: What do we mean by 'heathen'?
Felix Kryzanowski
Editor, RCWP Canada's The Review

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