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At the Piazza of Westminster on Vocations Sunday in 1994, a group representing the CWO (Catholic Womens Ordination) gathered in quiet protest. Purple is the chosen colour of the organisation to dete mourning for the lost gifts of women in the Roman Catholic Church and as a sign of the dignity of the royal priesthood of women. This liturgy of covering the front of Westminster Cathedral with a purple cloth and a purple Iris was to cleanse the RC Church from its all-male control. This was further emphasised during this liturgy by seven minutes of silence to signify the exclusion of women from administering publically all seven sacraments. Our protest continues. 'A remarkable contribution to solving women's inequality as one of the biggest problems within the Catholic Church today'. Luca Badini Confalonieri, PhD in Theology (Dunelm), Wijngaards Institute for Catholic Research 'I warmly commend this book to all those who are engaged in current discussions about the role of women and men, clerical and lay, in the Church's mission to the world'. Una Kroll, author and formerly a Church of England priest. Now an urban solitary in life vows, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus 'Lively, informative and accessibly written, it offers a resource to thoughtful Catholics seeking tools to rethink the renewal of the church and women's transformed role and place within it'. Alana Harris, Teaching Fellow in Modern British History, King's College, London