The event took place in Santa Barbara this past July 22, according to a local news article (click on this post's title). A Patricia Fresen, who imagines she was previously ordained a bishop, officiated.
In the comments under that news article, the author of the article, Martha Sadler, says, "Roman Catholic Church leadership--from Archbishop Mahoney [sic] to [Santa Barbara Regional] Bishop [Thomas] Curry to Father Virgil and others--declined to comment on the subject of the women's ordination."
The story says the event "took place at an interfaith center in Santa Barbara that reporters agreed not to name in exchange for an invitation to attend."
http://www.calcatholic.com/ reported on July 30 that the event was at a retreat center called La Casa de Maria.
At lacasademaria.org you will find gems such as that their events for 2008 will include "The Great Tree Turns to Ash." Sounds like a panel on the Cathedral's big doors, no? Right up there with "Raven Eating Man's Liver."
You will also find an event entitled, "8th Annual Barrett Conference on the Ministry of All Women." Some Web probing indicates that this "Barrett" was Episcopal Bishop George Barrett (d. 2000), a flaming pro-abort.
Barrett's obit from the L.A. Episcopalian Diocese mentions that his "1975 'irregular' ordination of women to the priesthood" got him "temporarily barred from ministry in the Episcopal Church but helped spur its General Convention to formal action a year later."
The obit noted that Barrett was on the board of directors of Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara and was its executive director, 1972-1977. The obit also said:
"...La Casa de Maria named the central building of its Ladera Lane campus in commemoration of Barrett’s 20 years of active participation on La Casa’s board of directors and his leadership in supporting its programs."
A La Casa de Maria "Holidays, 2007" -- that's right, "Holidays," not "Christmas" -- "Capital Campaign" fundraising letter lists Fr. Virgil Cordano, OFM, as one of three "Honorary Co-Chairs" and Bishop Thomas Curry as a member of the "Honorary Committee."
Also among the honorary committee members is Congresswoman Lois Capps (D-Calif.), a nationally notorious pro-abort.