Sullivan and Infallibilityby Christopher Wong. A response to arguments made by Fr. Sullivan and Fr. McBrien about the possibility of women's ordination, in light of the Dubium issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith clarifying the Pope's Apostolic letter.
Texts on Ordination of WomenFr William Most reviews and comments on the early texts which can be adduced on the question of ordaining women to the priesthood.
Why Women Can't be Priests.by Catherine Fournier A brief discussion and apostolic letter answering this persistent contentious subject. There is much more that can be said on this topic, we offer an 'opening discussion' here, nothing more.
Women Priests--No Chanceby Joanne Bogle. There is a general assumption, especially in North America and Europe, that the Catholic Church's insistence on a male priesthood is an obscure anomaly, which endures only because a Polish pope has refused to move with the times.
Women Priests?Were there women priests in the early Church? Fr William Most refutes Professor Giorgio Otranto assertion that there were and shows that he 'ignores the fact that it is not abuses that determine doctrine, but the Magisterium.'