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The prevailing position against women's ordination to the ministerial priesthood in the Roman Catholic Church presents itself as an ongoing ecumenical dilemma within and beyond its ecclesial borders. This paper provides an overview of the 'official' position of Rome in teaching and defending the church's view against the ordination of women, even in the midst of great dissent among its members. Then it proceeds to lay a basic foundation for legitimately and respectfully offering an ecumenicaldoi:10.7833/86-0-953 fatcat:zx2kptasfbfb3jjscco2kbk2li