Q: What kind of training do women priests get? Are they at the seminary?
A: As a rule, women priests have the same level of education as men priests. (Several have more.) For some, that has meant study at seminaries. In addition to their formal education, many women priests have worked for years as catechists, members of pastoral teams, religious educators, and other positions in the institutional church. There is additional formation through the leadership in the women priest movement. In addition, they go through a rigorous psychological screening (through outside, independent agencies), background checks, and scrutiny regarding their spiritual well-being. Women priests are very well trained and eager to minister with and to the people of God!
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