Gina Menzies: Exploring the history and the possibilities for women in the Catholic Church

Gina Menzies was a guest on Faith Alive on Midwest Radio on Sun 13 Nov 2022 ahead of a public lecture in Ballina. Speaking with Monica Morley she was exploring the history and the possibilities for women in the Catholic Church.

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  1. Soline Humbert says:

    Thank you Gina for this thoughtful interview. Well worth listening. I am sure your Monday night talk in Killala raised more insightful questions…
    In connection with women in the Bible, and your mention of reading the Bible in translation, I just came across this interesting article (with a quote from Brendan Hoban, of ACP & Killala diocese!)
    The Catholic Bishops of England and Wales have adopted the ESV. What about Ireland?
    How do we excavate women from under the weight of rubble of these exclusive translations, which certainly run counter to where the Synodal Pathway is now taking us?

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