Women’s Ordination Youtube Channel
Here is info on the Women’s Ordination Conference I attended in Philadelphia on Sep. 18 - 20. It was excellent. Be sure to look at the Youtube video. There were present 12 countries, 19 nationalities, and 400 men and women. There were several former priests and one still in who came to dialogue.  Sr. Helen Brennan
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Please visit the Women’s Ordination Site to view recent pictures from the Conference in Philadelphia 2015 CLICK HERE
2016 National Conference Registration This year's national Call To Action conference November 11-13, 2016 in Albuquerque, NM is taking place solely in the Albuquerque Marriott hotel. As such, we will only be able to accommodate a limited number of registrants and are encouraging folks to register early in order to ensure they are able to participate fully in the weekend's events. Additionally, please be mindful that Call To Action will not be holding a national conference in 2017. Earlier this year the Vision Council approved a biennial conference model shifting national conferences to the even years (e.g., 2016, 2018) and holding regional events in the odd numbered (alternative) years (e.g., 2017, 2019). Don't miss this year's opportunity to learn with the likes of Richard Rohr, Greer G. Gordon, Kaya Oakes, Theresa Torres, Paul Coutinho, Megan McKenna, John Dear and others. Register now for the 2016 conference! Click on the image above to register online, request a paper registration form, or register by phone.
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