Uwe Karrer, the President of the Catholic Council in the Archdiocese of Munich fulminated against celibacy and promoted woman's ordination at the yearly meeting of the Catholic Council of Munich -- Karrer is for this reason praised by SPD- and Green politicians.
Munich [kath.net] Even in the Archdiocese of Munich high ranking Church functionaries lead a campaign against celibacy. Last Friday at the yearly meeting of the Catholic Council of the Region of Munich, Catholic Council President Uwe Karre, promoted "woman's ordination" and the "Abolition of celibacy" (see photo) email@example.com
As participants in the eent reported, a discussion over Karrer's proposals were not possible, he had imposed his views in a quasi ex cathedra to the participating Catholics. The Catholic Council President was praised by Munich's second woman mayor, Christine Strobel (SPD), and the District Attorney of Munich, Susanna Tausendschon (Greens). At latter praised Karrer, "for his bureau of change for the future."