Liturgical Women

The Anglican church is among the most progressive Christian organizations, ordaining women, and homosexuals, while the rest of the “world” holds fast to their prejudicial, misogynistic views.

But apparently holdouts remain.

Even though women now account for nearly a third of the Church of England’s working priests (more than 2500 altogether), “not everyone is pleased” with the recent decision to remove the last trace of gender discrimination in Anglican canonical law, which would allow women ministers to become bishops.

What exactly are they objecting to? That they have a uterus? Too much empathy? Their ability to fold a fitted sheet?

I just can’t see the problem.

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