Women’s priestly ordination in the Catholic Tradition
with the focus on the subversive praxis of the
Roman Catholic Women Priests
Jakub Urbaniak¹ and Dianne Willman²
¹Department of Historical and Constructive Theology, Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of the
Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa; ²Roman Catholic Women Priests– South Africa, South Africa
Evangelical women and the Power of Submission
Luc Novovitch, the filmmaker, was granted complete access to film their daily lives and duties, resulting in a film presenting a human and unvarnished vision of the lives and struggles of these women who fight to be accepted as priests by the Vatican. Through their movement, they promote their vision and goal of establishing a renewed and an all-inclusive Roman Catholic Church.
Women Find A Way
The Movement and Stories of Roman Catholic Womenpriests
Available for purchase at: https://www.virtualbookworm.com/collections/all-books/products/women-find-a-way
Women Find A Way has also been published in German
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Ida Raming, Iris Müller
“Contra Legem” – a Matter of Conscience
Our Lifelong Struggle for Human Rights for Women in the Roman-Catholic Church.
Autobiographies, Background Papers, Documents, Future Prospects
These are two intertwined autobiographies, enriched by an appendix with noteworthy historic documents from the 1960’s to the present day, including correspondence with Professors Joseph Ratzinger and Karl Rahner.
Ida Raming, RC theologian (Dr. theol.), author of numerous books and articles. In June 2002, she was ordained priest and in 2006, she was ordained bishop in the International Movement Roman Catholic Women Priests (RCWP). She is spokeswoman for the German section of RCWP.
Iris Müller, RC theologian (Dr. theol.), author of several books and articles. In June 2002, she was ordained a priest. She is member of the International Movement RCWP.
Theologische Orientierungen, Bd. 15, 264 S., 24,90 €, br, ISBN 978-3-643-10986-6
Women Deacons: Past, Present, Future
by Gary Macy, William T. Ditewig and Phyllis Zagano
The Hidden History of Women’s Ordination:
Female Clergy in the Medieval West
by Gary Macy (Oxford University Press, Inc. 2008)
Called: Women Hear the Voice of the Divine
by Gretchen Kloten Minney (Wonder Why Publications, 2010)
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