Women and the Christian faith
Jane Garvey looks at the position of women in the Christian faith. Interviewees include the Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Lorna Hood.
Jane Garvey looks at the position of women in the Christian faith. Jane visits the Coventry parish of the Reverend Katrina Scott. Also taking part are the Rev'd Lorna Hood, Moderator Designate of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and also on the Woman's Hour Powerlist; the Rev'd Anne Stevens, Vicar of St Pancras Parish Church, London, and part of the current consultation on women bishops and a member of WATCH (Women And The Church) which is campaigning for women bishops; Sister Catherine Wybourne, a Roman Catholic nun who runs a contemplative community in Herefordshire and Tweets under the name DigitalNun.
A day in the life of Rev'd Katrina Scott
On Easter Monday Jane Garvey takes a look at what leadership roles are available to women in the Christian church in the UK and what they actually do. Jane spends the day with the Rev’d Katrina Scott in her parish, St John The Divine Willenhall in Coventry.
Rev'd Lorna Hood
Sister Catherine Wybourne
Why and how is a Roman Catholic Contemplative Benedictine Nun with a back-ground in banking, running a small community in Herefordshire and an on-line ministry with a world-wide following? Jane talks to Sister Catherine Wybourne, Prioress Holy Trinity Monastery.
What now for women's ministry?
Rev’d Lorna Hood, Moderator Desginate, Church of Scotland and Rev’d Anne Stevens, Vicar of St Pancras Parish, London and a member of WATCH (Women And The Church which is campaigning to see women take their place alongside men as bishops) discuss the future for Women's ministry.
- Mon 1 Apr 2013 10:00