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Ordained Women in Travail~ Our History

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  1. Hi there to all, it's really a nice for me to go to see this website, it consists of useful Information. facebook sign in

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    1. Thank you for reading this and for your comment, Berthold Hanisch!

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  2. The preservation of this history is vital to the human community -- to remember where we have been, and to honor those among us with the vision and courage to carry us all one step further into wholeness: a just and compassionate future. Thank you Alla.

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    1. Thank you so much for this lovely affirmation which I am finding tonight! Comments on my blogs are rare, as they are set up like websites, not really blogs, so I am grateful to find a few positive ones now and then. You've given me the majority of blog post comments, always encouraging! Thank you for all that you do to right the world by your writing, Christin.

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  3. Since I'm not able to figure out how to find an edit button for this page, I'll add that in the photograph of the altar at St. Mark's Cathedral, Minneapolis, during the regularization/recognition ceremony of priests Jeannette Piccard and me, showing us flanking Bishop McNairy, I wrote that I thought the man kneeling nearest us on the right side of the picture was my husband, the Rev. Phil Bozarth-Campbell. I neglected to say that the man kneeling behind him is clearly the Very Rev. Douglas Fontaine, Dean of the Cathedral.

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