Women’s Ordination

Posted on 26. Feb, 2015, in Church Teachings, Feminism/Women in the ChurchNo Comments

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Soline Humbert with picture of Last Supper including women and children.

The case for ordination of women has become more acute with thousands of Catholic women  the world over feeling the call to priesthood. And while every vocation needs to be tested, if a Catholic woman shows all the signs of a genuine vocation, how is the case to be explained?

Soline Humbert, spiritual guide and advocate for women’s ordination felt her own vocation to priesthood when she was seventeen and a first year student in Trinity College.

Unable to realise this vocation, she felt isolated and alone and it wasn’t until twenty years later that she went public with her vocation. She faced opposition but nonetheless feels that she has said yes to God and is in her own way serving her vocation. She explained more to Miriam Gormally.

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