Called by God but Ordained by Men: The Work and Ministry of Reverend Florence Spetume Njangali in the Church of the Province of Uganda

@article{Byaruhanga2009CalledBG,
  title={Called by God but Ordained by Men: The Work and Ministry of Reverend Florence Spetume Njangali in the Church of the Province of Uganda},
  author={Christopher Byaruhanga},
  journal={Journal of Anglican Studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={8},
  pages={219 - 239}
}
  • C. Byaruhanga
  • Published 9 April 2009
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of Anglican Studies
Abstract The controversy over the ordination of women as priests in the Church of the Province of Uganda has been going on for a long time. Today, there are a few women priests in a good number of dioceses in the Church of the Province of Uganda. But this revolution against the conservative order of male domination has not come without a price. Women who feel called by God to the ministry in the Church of the Province of Uganda are usually discriminated against even when they eventually become… 
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For the background information on Barbara Harris's election to episcopate see
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