Women Deacons - Overview
From at least the 3rd to the 9th centuries women were
sacramentally ordained as deacons in the Catholic Church! This proves that they
are capable of receiving Holy Orders.
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An analysis of this ordination rite shows that the ordination of the woman deacon is the same as that for the male deacon, and undoubtedly sacramental.
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