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Devout women in the Teutonic world have had enough. Its banner is a picture of the Virgin Mary with her mouth sealed by sticking-plaster, implying that she has been unfairly silenced. Organisers say the strike, which ends on May 18th, has won support in locations across Germany, and messages of solidarity from other Teutonic places like Austria and Switzerland. This ultimately means becoming priests, and at a minimum implies being accepted to the slightly lower but still important rank of deacon.
They want the rule requiring priests to be celibate to be scrapped.
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One of their complaints against the celibate male priests who now dominate the church is that even where they are not directly responsible, they have mismanaged and covered up the problem of clerical abuse of minors. The protest has thrown into sharp relief some dilemmas faced by Catholicism in the prosperous Western places which used to be the faith's principal locus, before the centre of gravity started shifting to the developing world. Given that the Catholic faith is a global body with a single leader, the German Catholic church cannot act unilaterally over sensitive matters like ordination and gender, but it cannot ignore pressure from its most dynamic members either.
Nobody, however, should expect a revolution.
He said a commission which has been examining whether there had been such a thing as ordained deaconesses in the early church had failed to reach any agreed conclusion. Conservatives including the most conservative of Germany's bishops argue that ordained female deacons clearly did not exist in the early Christian era, and they should not exist now, because that would imply rejecting God's revelation to the world through Jesus Christ and his immediate followers.
Indeed at least one German bishop has taken the hard-line view that early Christianity differed from other religions of its time in not having female celebrants of its most important rites. This implies that the male monopoly was a conscious choice, not just a cultural reflex. But that kind of logic is exactly what conservatives find flawed in the current pontiff's thinking, and some are determined to restrain his reforming instincts.
The two mainstream organisations of Catholic women have voiced understanding for the protest. At least one bishop, Franz-Josef Bode, and many ordinary priests have said the protest is on balance something to be welcomed. Germany, however, still has plenty of conservative prelates. One, Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer, has said it is a waste of time and energy to consider any changes to the celibate male priesthood.
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German-speaking Europe is emerging as an arena for intra-Catholic conflict. Although declining, the German Catholic church is not in freefall, as it seems to be in other parts of western Europe, such as France and even Ireland. In , the number of Catholics in Germany inched downwards by , to Among, for example, upwardly-mobile Catholics born to Irish or east European parents in England, the typical response to abuse scandals or other disappointments has been to give up on the church. In Germany, a significant percentage of Mass-goers, including some well-educated and articulate women, are determined to stay and fight for change.
Biblical : Mary , Miriam. Bulgarian : Maria , Mariya.
Ave Maria, D.839 (Schubert, Franz)
Croatian : Mara , Marija. Danish : Mari , Maria , Marie , Miriam. Dutch : Maria , Marja , Marjo , Mirjam. Estonian : Maarja , Mari , Mirjam. French : Marie , Myriam.
Georgian : Mariam , Mariami , Meri. German : Maria , Marie , Miriam , Mirjam.
English-German translation for "Ave Maria"
Hawaiian : Malia , Mele. Italian : Maria , Marianna , Miriam , Miriana. Manx : Moirrey , Voirrey. Norwegian : Mari , Maria , Marie , Miriam. Portuguese : Maria , Mariana , Miriam. Russian : Maria , Mariya , Marya. Serbian : Mara , Marija.
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Slovene : Marija , Mirjam. Swedish : Mari , Maria , Marie , Miriam. Ukrainian : Maria , Mariya. Urdu : Mariyam , Maryam.
Helene Fischer - Ave Maria (German Version - Franz Schubert)
Welsh : Mair , Mairwen , Mari. Afrikaans : Marietjie. Catalan : Mariona , Ona. Estonian : Maarika , Mare , Marika. Frisian : Maike , Mareike. Greek : Marietta , Marika.
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