Apr. 20, 2014 12:24 pm
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Roman Catholic women ordained female priests and deacons in Sarasota Saturday

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4 comments:

  • dottyshugrue posted at 3:38 pm on Mon, Jan 20, 2014.

    dottyshugrue Posts: 2

    It is following the line of succession that makes one a priest. The first women were ordained by a male roman catholic priest in good standing with Rome so the line of succession was passed on. By the way pope John Pau II supported women priests "behind the iron curtain" and those women were give a priest pension when they retired. You may want to check your RC Church history. Peace brother.

     
  • dottyshugrue posted at 3:34 pm on Mon, Jan 20, 2014.

    dottyshugrue Posts: 2

    I hate to disappoint you but these women are Roman Catholic Women Priests…period

     
  • Albert Cooper posted at 5:56 am on Sun, Jan 19, 2014.

    Albert Cooper Posts: 2

    These women can NEVER be Roman Catholic Priests...period

     
  • Albert Cooper posted at 4:35 am on Sun, Jan 19, 2014.

    Albert Cooper Posts: 2

    They maybe Roman Catholiuc Women,but they certainly are NOT Roman Catholic Priests !! and never can or will be .The article headline is mis-leading