Religion

12.11.12 9:15 PM ET

Ask Sister Jeannine Gramick Anything

Readers ask the Roman Catholic nun where she stands on the contraception battle, whether women should be allowed into the priesthood, and her stance on the Vatican's recent attacks on American nuns.

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: What's your take on the Vatican's recent criticisms of American nuns?

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: Why should Catholics who profoundly disagree with the Church remain Catholic?

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: Should women be allowed into the priesthood?

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: Have you ever considered switching to the Episcopal Church to become a priest?

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: If you could enact one reform within the Church, what would it be?

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: Where do you stand on the recent battle over contraception?

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: What do the Bishops say about civil marriage and what's your response?

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: Do you think civil marriage should be available for gay and lesbian couples?

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: What do you consider to be the most powerful scriptural basis for LGBT equal rights?

A reader asks Sister Jeannine Gramick: What was the most disheartening moment during the Vatican's ongoing effort to silence you?