The survey found that:
- For Catholic women who are active in church contexts their Catholic identity is important to them;
- While a minority are satisfied with church as it is, most want to see reform, especially but not solely in regard to the role and co-responsibility of women in the church;
- A majority are concerned about the continuing incidence of abuse, racism and sexism in church contexts;
- There is also majority concern for the issues of transparency and accountability in church leadership and governance.
For the report’s executive summary click here.
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