Reconciling Catholicism and Feminism: Personal Reflections on Tradition and Change (2020)

Reconciling Catholicism and Feminism: Personal Reflections on Tradition and Change Sally Barr Ebest Ron Ebest Reconciling Catholicism and Feminism Personal Reflections on Tradition and Change In this collection of essays writers historians theologians and feminists thoughtfully reflect on their own personal experiences with the Catholic Church The essayists describe how they have or
  • Title: Reconciling Catholicism and Feminism: Personal Reflections on Tradition and Change
  • Author: Sally Barr Ebest Ron Ebest
  • ISBN: 9780268040147
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Hardcover
Reconciling Catholicism and Feminism: Personal Reflections on Tradition and Change Sally Barr Ebest Ron Ebest In this collection of essays, 22 writers, historians, theologians and feminists thoughtfully reflect on their own personal experiences with the Catholic Church The essayists describe how they have, or in some cases have not, come to terms with a church that does not permit them full participation In so doing, they offer practical suggestions for ways in which the ChurchIn this collection of essays, 22 writers, historians, theologians and feminists thoughtfully reflect on their own personal experiences with the Catholic Church The essayists describe how they have, or in some cases have not, come to terms with a church that does not permit them full participation In so doing, they offer practical suggestions for ways in which the Church can become open to the concerns of its progressive members Radford Ruether, who provides a brief history of 20th century reform movements internationally known journalist Mary Kenny, who writes on the abortion debate in Ireland Pulitzer Prize winner Madeleine Blais, who discusses her youth in parochial schools short story writer and New Yorker contributor Jean McGarry, who describes the clash of Catholic and secular cultures and Grail co founder Janet Kalven, who depicts the history of this widely recognized religious reform movement Ebest provide context for these personal and poignant essays In a format that is easily accessible to general readers, Reconciling Catholicism and Feminism explores issues of concern to progressive and feminist Catholics, including abortion, birth control, clerical celibacy and the ordination of women.
Reconciling Catholicism and Feminism: Personal Reflections on Tradition and Change Sally Barr Ebest Ron Ebest

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