I’m sure the Pope will be convinced to change his mind.
Pope Benedict will be confronted by posters on London’s famous red buses during his trip to the British capital next month which will call for the ordination of women priests.
One group of women, Catholic Women’s Ordination (CWO), will have its message plastered on the side of the buses as they travel along key routes, including past Westminster Hall, at the Palace of Westminster, where the pope is set to deliver a speech to Britain’s civic society on September 17.
The group has paid 15,000 pounds ($23,130) for 15 buses to carry the message “Pope Benedict - Ordain Women Now!” for a month.
The group also plans to protest outside Lambeth Palace while Pope Benedict is meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury.