Roman Catholic Womenpriests

Roman Catholic Womenpriests est une association de femmes qui souhaitent créer un sacerdoce féminin au sein de l'Église catholique romaine. Ses membres ont été excommuniées en 2007 par la congrégation pour la doctrine de la foi[1].

Les membres de cette association font valoir différents cas historiques de sacerdoce féminin dans l'Église catholique. En particulier, ils citent le cas des diaconesses et abbesses laïques du Moyen Âge, l'affaire Ludmila Javorová en 1970 et diverses femmes apôtres nommées dans le Nouveau Testament.

Cette organisation a procédé à diverses ordinations jugées illicites par le droit canonique. En 2002, elle a médiatisé une cérémonie près du Danube, au cours de laquelle sept femmes auraient été ordonnées prêtresses, bien que cette ordination soit non reconnue par l'Église et passible d'anathème.

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