- Author:N.B. Adams,Ida Raming
- Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield (August 4, 1977)
- Pages:280 pages
- Subcategory:Religious Studies
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Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Exclusion of Women from the Priesthood: Divine Law or Sex Discrimination?: A Historical Investigation of the Juridical and Doctrinal Foundations o. by. Ida Raming.
Ida Raming is a pioneer in the women's ordination movement in the Catholic Church. She is also author of The Exclusion of Women from the Priesthood: Divine Law or Sex Discrimination? (Scarecrow Press, 1976). She was ordained to the Roman Catholic priesthood on June 29, 2002. Bernard Cooke is a prominent . theologian who has served as president of both the College Theology Society and the Catholic Theological Society of America, receiving from the latter its John Courtney Murray Award. Gary Macy is a professor of Religious Studies at the University of San Diego.
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In early Judaism, the priesthood was maintained within various families and passed down from father to son, thus necessitating marriage
In early Judaism, the priesthood was maintained within various families and passed down from father to son, thus necessitating marriage. But this is the old covenant, and even within this model priests were required to abstain from having sex with their wives during the time they served in the Temple.
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The issue of priesthood for women was again raised in Germany after the First . In excluding women from these offices but not from other ministries, the church was presumably guided by its understanding of th. .
The issue of priesthood for women was again raised in Germany after the First World War, but leaders of the Catholic feminist movement themselves rejected the idea. In excluding women from these offices but not from other ministries, the church was presumably guided by its understanding of the will of Christ in establishing the apostolic office.
Women and the Priesthood - Free download as PDF File . df), Text File . Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers. xt) or read online for free. Women and the Priesthood. of Women and the Priesthood Thomas Hopko, e. Women and the Priesthood (2d e. : St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, Crestwood, NY, 1999, pp. 3-4. The authors of the articles and essays collected in this book do not pretend to have exhausted or even simply to have touched upon all the important questions raised by the decision of some Western Christian communions to admit women to the ordained ministry.
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Few today would contest that the priesthood is in a state of crisis. The very face of the priesthood was evolving even as he arrived at his first parish assignment
Few today would contest that the priesthood is in a state of crisis. The nature and implications of that crisis, however, remain the subject of considerable discussion and debate. In The Changing Face of the Priesthood, Fr. Donald Cozzens offers insight into the crisis by reflecting on the issues, challenges, concerns, and realities of the priesthood today. The very face of the priesthood was evolving even as he arrived at his first parish assignment. A generation later, the face of the priesthood continues to reveal new contours, fascinating features, and sadly, some tragic blemishes.
2. Stein is reading from the abridged version of The Making Of Americans that she first prepared, with the help of Bernard Faÿ, for a French translation of the novel in 1933.
9. See as well Stein’s What Are Master-pieces (1935): difficulty writing novels or poetry these days. 2. An English version of the abridgement was published in February 1934 by Harcourt, Brace. As Stein notes, the first passage she reads is from page 284, and the second is from pages 284–285.