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When Pope John Paul II issued Ordinatio Sacerdotalis in May 1994, writing that the church "has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women," he meant to close the door to any discussion of ordaining women.
31) John Paul II, Ordinatio Sacerdotalis, May 22, 1994.
130) In May 1912 he issued a new Ordinatio studiorum for the English-speaking Jesuit world.
He was ostensibly sanctioned on the grounds that all public discussion of women's ordination had been closed following Pope John Paul Il's Ordinatio Sacerdotalis (1994) and the view in Rome that raising this matter showed poor pastoral sense.
The Latin word ordo just basically meant to put something in order, and ordinatio was the act of putting in order.
Pope John Paul, in his Ordinatio Sacerdotalis of 1994, an apostolic letter to the church's bishops, discussed why women have been barred from priesthood - and explained why that policy must continue.
As John Paul wrote in Ordinatio sacerdotalis, "I declare that the Church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women and that this judgment is to be definitively held by all the Church's faithful.
24) For Scotus' conception of theology and morality in terms of practical knowledge, see Ordinatio I, Prol.
Ordinatio sacerdotalis [On reserving priestly ordination to men alone].
The latest relevant chirograph, which provides the bank with its legal authority and internal governing regulations, was issued in 1990: the Chirographum quo nova ordinatio datur Organismo
Six Questions on Individuation from His Ordinatio II.
In the Ordinatio, he argues that a single term may apply both to God and creatures only if there is no shift in signification.