I can do engineering research. I can drink beer. I can go watch soccer matches. I can do ‘manly’ things. And I stand by the Catholic Church, and I know women can’t be priests. No level of ‘manly’ actions will disprove Church teachings that are founded in God’s Truth.
In my life, I have changed flat tires, painted rooms, cut the grass, changed the light switches, and seen to the upkeep of our house for 43 years. However, I bet there is not a priest that can make a french, hand sewn 1st communion dress!
I’m three years old. I can help my Mama Korina install lights in my brother’s closet. I installed the panel and one light like she taught me. I can do lots of things and I can teach my brother to do lots of things, too. And I can be a priest. - Malena Rose Arvizu, Los Angeles, California
Here we are, the women in the Chapel of Saints Clare and Francis, on Mayne Island, British Columbia. We are Roman Catholic Women Priests together with our friends and companions here and in the communion of saints…all present with us. Yes, some of us are great drummers. - Reverend Doctors Michele Birch Conery, Rose Mewhort, Vitoria Marie and friends