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Author Zagano, Phyllis.
Title Women & Catholicism [electronic resource] : gender, communion, and authority / Phyllis Zagano.
Published New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
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 Electronic Book  BX2347.8.W6 Z34 2011eb    ONLINE
  
Edition 1st ed.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 203 p.)
Contents Part I. Juridical Authority: Bishop Bruskewitz, the Bishops' Conference, and Call to Action * Part II: Sacramental Authority: Archbishop Milingo, the Vatican, and Married Priests Now! * Part III: Juridical Authority, Sacramental Authority, and Women's Ordination.
Note Includes index.
Contents Part I. Juridical Authority: Bishop Bruskewitz, tthe Bishops' Conference, and Call to Action -- Community and authority -- Who is Fabian Bruskewitz? -- The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops -- The USCCB and the sex abuse scandal -- Bishop Bruskewitz and call to action -- Call to action and call to action- Nebraska -- Call to action -- Communion and authority in Lincoln, Nebraska -- Conclusions -- Part II: Sacramental Authority: Archbishop Milingo, the Vatican, and Married Priests Now! -- Who is Emanuel Milingo? -- Lusaka -- Rome -- Marriage, Moon, and married priests now! -- Married priests, faith healing- Africa, Rome, and around the world -- The excommunications of Archbishop Millingo -- Questions of communion and authority -- Personal prelatures and future possibilities -- The underground church in Czechoslovakia -- Some conclusions -- Interlude: ordained women in the underground church -- Part III: Juridical Authority, Sacramental Authority, and Women's Ordination -- Infallibility -- Roman Catholic womenpriests -- The Sacrament of Order: history and theology -- Anglican women priests and the validity of Anglican Orders -- Ordained women deacons -- Conclusions regarding the diaconate -- Ordination, excommunication, and Roman Catholic women.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "Award-winning Catholic scholar Phyllis Zagano investigates three distinct situations in the Catholic Church, each pointing to Catholicism's global weak spot: the role of women in the Church. Each of the three cases reflects the tension between communion and authority, particularly where women are concerned. The thread of women in the church weaves a tapestry that sheds light on the Catholic Church's hierarchically-imposed laws and sanctions designed to keep women at a distance from the holy, whether as liturgical ministers, as wives of priests, or as priests themselves"--Provided by publisher.
Note Description based on print version record.
Local Note Title generously provided by Campus Quality Fee.
Subject Women in the Catholic Church.
Catholic Church -- Doctrines.
Related Names Palgrave Connect (Online service)
Alternate Title Women and Catholicism
Related To Print version: Zagano, Phyllis. Women & Catholicism. 1st ed. New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011 9780230111639 (DLC) 2010049031 (OCoLC)670481172
ISBN 9780230342309 (electronic bk.)
0230342302 (electronic bk.)
9780230119482 (electronic bk.)
0230119484 (electronic bk.)
9780230111639
0230111637
9780230111646
0230111645
Standard # 9786613158895
OCLC number 732621574