Closest parking: Mason Pond Parking Garage This award-winning documentary tells the passionate stories of women seeking priestly ordination in the Roman Catholic Church, despite controversy and threats of excommunication. Running time: 58 minutes. View the Trailer Following the film, join women's ordination activists in discussion: Fr. Roy Bourgeois, M.M., Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Rev. Bridget Mary Meehan, ARCWP, Roman Catholic Woman Bishop Jeannette Mulherin, Women's Ordination Conference Board Member Kate Conmy, Women's Ordination Conference Membership Director RSVP on Facebook For more information, contact the Women's Ordination Conference
Founded in 1975, the Women's Ordination Conference is the oldest and largest organization that works to ordain women as priests, deacons and bishops into an inclusive and accountable Catholic church. WOC represents the 63 percent of US Catholics, and millions of Catholics worldwide, that support women's ordination. WOC also promotes new perspectives on ordination that call for more accountability and less separation between the clergy and laity.