I wrote a short report on Catholics challenging the female ordination ban for this week’s issue of The Nation:
Upon its arrival in Rome in October, the delegation will seek an audience with the
Congregation for the Doctrine of the faith (the body formerly known as the inquisition), which oversees church doctrine. “Change in the church always comes from the bottom,” says Daley. “Many of the excommunicated historically became saints.”
It’s in the Noted (news briefs) section. Subscribers can read the issue here.