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Ordination of Women to the Christian Priesthood: An Anglican Perspective

A paper written for ARC/USA to explain why the Episcopal Church can view the ordination of women not as the denial but as the fulfilment of the catholic tradition. This undated paper appears to have been written subsequent to ARCIC-II-58-1G, which is dated sometime after January 1981. The paper was included by J. Robert Wright in a dossier labelled ARCIC-II-58-1.

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Author(s): Charles P. Price
Dated: Mar. 1981

Protocol number: ARCIC-II-58-1H
Fonds/Collections: ARCIC-II (Study papers); ARC-USA (Study papers)

To cite this document:
Charles P. Price. "Ordination of Women to the Christian Priesthood: An Anglican Perspective", ARCIC-II-58-1H (Mar. 1981). Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, accessed 23 Oct. 2021.
The document may be found in the following formats and locations. Original print editions of most of these scanned texts are available in the Anglican Centre in Rome or the Lambeth Palace Library.
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