Pope's Easter letter to priests stresses women

Heilbronner, Steven
April 1995
National Catholic Reporter;4/21/95, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p7
Reports on the contents of Pope John Paul II's apostolic letter to mark the celebration of Holy Thursday. Reiteration of Church's stand against the ordination of women as priests as letter's content; Views of the Women's Ordination Conference on the Catholic Church's stand.


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