By Susan Abraham,Elena Procario-folely
Key to their undertaking is restricted concentrate on modern discipleship, a unique cricitcal technique and dating to the Catholic Christian culture, and a selected sensitivity to educational and ecclesial hegemonies. the end result in every one case is a decent exploration of the culture, a contextualization of the locus within the lives of ladies this day, and an try at a positive imaginative and prescient with which to maneuver forward.
Contributors: Susan Abraham, Rosemary Carbine, Teresa Delgado, Elizabeth Groppe, Jeanine Hill-Fletcher, Elena Procario-Foley, Michele Saracino, and Laura Taylor.
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Frontiers in Catholic Feminist Theology: Shoulder to Shoulder by Susan Abraham,Elena Procario-folely