This site says that these women have had valid ordination from the church. Could anyone please verify this. It also says that there have been women priests in 1970 and the early church…It says here on the site:
*MYTH: Roman Catholic women have not been ordained deacons or priests
in the modern era.
Ludmila Javorova, ordained priest, December 28, 1970, among other women ordained.
For a list of other women ordained, please visit the History Page.
MYTH: These ordinations as women priests are not recognized or valid.
TRUTH: The group “RC Womenpriests” receives its authority from Roman Catholic bishops who stand in full Apostolic Succession. These bishops bestowed sacramentally valid ordinations on the women listed above. All the documents pertaining to these ordinations have been attested and notarized. All minutes of the ordinations, including data about persons, Apostolic Succession, and rituals, together with films and photos are deposited with a Notary Public.
*Canon Law 1024, “A baptized male alone receives sacred ordination validly.” This is from the Code of Canon Law of the Roman Catholic Church, which was put forth on the feast of Pentecost in 1917, and later revised in 1983. So when I see the statement that only a baptized male alone receives sacred ordination validly I feel forced to ask, “Says who?” The answer is a bunch of guys in 1917. Not good enough for me, nor is it good enough for the Roman Catholic Womenpriests.