In contacting the bishop of Atlanta's office about the event, Monica mentioned the bishop said this choice was very divisive. For me, what is actually divisive is the prevalence of sexism that promotes a hierarchy that feel justified in telling God not to dare call women into ministry because they, the hierarch's, do not want us. Staying true to my original calling has been a difficult challenge, and hopefully because of our choices, it is one that the women of the future may not have to face.
At any rate-forward this to any and all who may be interested in seeing the news Monday and Tuesday. For those out of town-it will probably show up on the internet. If you can, please write to thank Monica and crew for promoting this valued work. Also, if you notice I have not sent this to someone, feel free to spread the news for me!
I finally figured out how to post pictures on my blog-so if you wish-go to http://dianedoughertysblog.
Bridget Mary has more pictures. Her site is:http://bridgetmarys.
These two women produced the program
"Pearson, Monica (CMG-Atlanta)" <Monica.Pearson@wsbtv.com>, and "Nadell, Suzanne (CMG-Atlanta)" <Suzanne.Nadell@wsbtv.com>