Supported by developments
other Christian Churches
The Second Vatican Council
that the Catholic Church must learn
from other Christian
|In other Christian Churches women are now being given access to
all the ordained ministries.
It applies not only to evangelical churches, but to some mainstream churches close to Catholic tradition, such as the Old Catholics, the Methodists, the Anglicans & Episcopalians.
See examples here.
Admitting women to the ministries is the outcome of a long process of prayer and study by our Christian brothers and sisters.
Their truly Christian motivation and their genuine search for establishing what Jesus really wanted can be read in the publication of many classic works.
example of the other Christian Churches does not prove the correctness of
ordaining women in an absolute fashion.
But it is a serious indication that this is the path the Holy Spirit urges also on the Catholic Church.
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