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24 June 2013
Even though the Roman Catholic Church has a new pope, there’s no sign of a change in letting women be priests. But over the weekend, a group of five women openly defied the church.
Translated from Dutch news agency ANP:
Published: September 18, 2010 10:54
BRUSSELS – The Bruges bishop Jozef De Kesel on Saturday has questioned celibacy and the status of women in the church.
Those for whom celibacy is ”humanly impossible” should be afforded the opportunity to become priests as well, the bishop said on Flemish radio.
”I think the church should ask itself whether the obligation to remain celibatary should continue” said De Kesel. He also called it ”negotiable” that women can be priests, though he said that issue is more sensitive than celibacy.
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