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"Alone, the pope cannot change the world. A pope for the people must have a people for the pope. This initiative gives us a means of being with Pope Francis."

 Gaston Roberge, SJ, India


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Catholic Church Reform Int'l - a Global Network of more than a hundred reform groups and individuals from 65 countries. If you would like to collaborate with us to continue on the path set by Vatican II, you have come to the right place. Welcome!

If there is to be any reform of any kind in the Catholic Church, it must begin with the people having a voice.

The need has never been greater than it is at this moment in time for the People of God to unite our voices so as to be strong enough to be heard in our Church. Our special advisor, Sr. Joan Chittister, reminds us: "Until we raise a common voice we will not only not be heard, we will not even be listened to in the light of larger issues and larger groups, all clamoring for attention."


 

Towards Just Gender Relations

Towards Just Gender Relations: Rethinking the Role of Women in Church and Society (Religion and Transformation in Contemporary European Society)Hardcover – 20 May 2019

All over the world there is the move towards just gender relations - even if the odds seem to be worse than a decade ago. This poses a special task for Christians and churches in service of the marginalised who engage in the fight for justice. This volume documents providing special insights into processes of two intercultural dialogues. The topic for the European-Asian dialogue focuses on "Gender and Ecclesiology". The European dialogue between western and eastern Central European countries has a special aim for gender theories and their theological and political implications. The book presents contributions from different perspectives and shows how the Christian churches can contribute to gender justice.

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