Is the difficulty of being 'culturally disobedient' the reason our actions for peace have limited success? Chelsea Collonge, a self-described queer and member of the most marginalised groups within the Catholic Church, a woman called to priesthood, explores how a Women's Ordination Conference embodies both Gandhian obstructive and constructive programmes. After all, responding to the seriousness of the world's situation requires us to live our lives in dramatically different ways. Is that easier to do when your culture already pushes you to the margins? Document archived here.