Women in the Church: An Issue of Solidarity (1995)

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Written by Brian Lennon SJ, Gerry O'Hanlon SJ, Bill Toner SJ, Frank Sammon SJ

Women are alienated from the Roman Catholic Church. Not all women. Not everywhere. But a significant number of women in Ireland see the institutional Church as something alien to them. Over four years, four male priests engaged in a dialogue with a group of women from both lower and middle classes. In this paper they present some of the points put to them by these women and give an initial response to them.

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