Monday, December 27, 2010

Pink Smoke Over the Vatican-Interview

This interview with Jules Hart is spectacular.  It will be worth the 20 min. you take to watch it.  Please consider joining an initiative to bring this film to a theater in Atlanta.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Agape Meal

In preparation for ordination, prayer services will be held at my house.  In December we celebrated these early beginnings with an Agape Meal. Although there is only one direct reference in scripture to the early Christian Agape Meal or "Love Feast" (Jude: 12), we know from I Corinthians that the Lord's Supper was celebrated in the early church in connection with a common meal, using the bread and cup already on the table to "re-member" or re-constitute the Body of the Risen One.Posted by Picasa

Monday, December 13, 2010

Historic Ordination of First Latin American Roman Catholic Woman Priest

A diverse community of supporters, including the poor and marginalized from Good Shepherd Community in Ft. Myers, Florida, celebrated the historic ordination of the first Roman Catholic Woman Priest from Latin America.

Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

The Refusal of a Room

I love this article because it has given birth to a new, thoughtful and exciting word-one that demonstrates for me many of the underlying issues denying the gospel to multitudes of people.  The word-full participation in "Churchanity" rather than Christianity.  All issues are focused as a simple room rental is denied.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests -Beginnings

The Roman Catholic Women Priests initiative began in 2002 as a renewal movement within the Roman Catholic Church whose goal is to achieve full equality for women and men within the Church.  The common purpose of Roman Catholic Women Priests is to promote the ordination of women in Apostolic Succession as a matter of justice and faithfulness to the Gospel.

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 ordination,
and justice for all.
2. We serve the poor and marginalized.
3. We live the spiritual and social justice tradition of the church
in inclusive communities of equals.

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