In the summer of 2002, seven women were ordained priests by a Roman Catholic Archbishop, on a ship cruising the Danube River. Since Canon Law 1024 states that “only a baptized man can validly receive sacred ordination”, everybody involved in the “grave crime” was excommunicated, and the Vatican stressed that ordaining women is illecit and theologically impossible. These women, and many […]
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