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Friday, January 28, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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VATICAN REAFFIRMS BAN:
Ordination of women rejected

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VATICAN CITY (A) - T h e
Roman Catholic Church said
yesterday it will not ordain wo-
men as priests because Christ
"was and remains a man" and
his apostles, all men, c h o s e
'other men as their successors.
A 6,000-page declaration is-
sued on orders of Pope Paul VI
by the Vatican's Congregation
for the Doctrine of the Faith
went directly against the re-
commendation of another Vati-
can body and the growing prac-
tice among Protestant Christ-
ian denominations or ordaining
women.
"THE CHURCH, in fidelity to
the example of the Lord, does
not consider herself authorized
to admit women to priestly ord-
ination." the document said.
Quoting St. Thomas Aquinas,
the declaration said there must
be a "natural resemblance" be-
tween Christ and his ministers.
Otherwise, it said, "it would be
difficult to see in the minister
the image of Christ."
The document was prepared
by a commission of doctrinal ex-
perts appointed on instructions
of the Pope in mid-1975. The
Vatican also consulted cardinals
and bishops around the world
and "different women of differ-
ent continents and countries, of
different social condition, lay
and religious," a spokesperson
said.-
BUT THE Pontificial Biblical
Commission, the Vatican's per-
manent body of Bible experts,
also took up the matter. I t s
secretary, Bishop Albert D e s-
camps, reported Thursday that
the commission voted 12 to S
in favor of women priests, with

one member abstaining and twoI
absent.
Bishop Descamps disclosed the
conflict between the Biblical
Commission and the Pope dur-
ing questioning at a news con-
ference called to introduce the
new declaration.t
The Vatican said the declara-i
tion was issued to dispel any
doubts at a time when other
Chris'ian churches, including the
Episcopal and Methodist church-
es in the United States, we r e
opening the door for women to'
become ministers, pastors and
priests.I
IT REFERRED to recent cor-
respondence between Pope Paul
and Dr. Donald Coggan, t h e
archbishop of Canterbury and
primate of the Anglican Church,
in which the Pope said the ac-
centance of women priests would
block progress toward unity
among Christian churches.
Replying to some theories that
Christ's failure to appoint wo-
men a-^-tIes was. more the re-
sult of so-ial influences of his
time than his own or God's feel-
ings, the document said:
"Jesus Christ did not call any
women to become part ,of the
twelve. If he acted in this way,
it was not in order to confnrm
to the customs of his time, for
his attitude towards women was
quite different from that of his
milieu, and he deliberately and
courageo-lv broke with it."
THE, REV. Louis Ligier, a
French Jesuit and consultant to
the Congregation for the D o c-
trine of the Faith, said the state-
ment can be regarded as the
ultimate word by the Vatican.
"One could not possibly think
of a change of mind," he told

the news conference. "T h e
Church that is founded on the
past is not only taking the stand
for the present but also for the
future."
In other early reaction, Lauraj
Sabia, a Canadian Roman Ca-
tholic and former chairman of
the Ontario Status of W o m e n
Council, said she was, "appailed
at my own church,"
"NO WONDER the validity
and the integrity of the Church
is being questioned,"' she said.
"It can't go anywhere but down
in the estimation of intelligent
people.'
In Washington, the president
of the U.S. National Conference
of Catholic Bishops, Archbishop
Joseph Bernardin of Cincinnati,
said the declaration's "negative
conclusion is not founded . . . cn
lingering notions of male super-
ioritv.
"The church today fully recog-
nizes the equality of men r nd
women, repudiates unjust dis-
crimination based on sex an I en-
coirages efforts to bring wo-
men increasingly into the roles
of leadership in the church."
The archbishop called, on those
who might be disanpointed 'in
the document to read t care-f
f-lly. He said the need to iden-
tifv and open up "new min-
isterial and decision-making rol-
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