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Laborers Needed in the Vineyard

On May 6, 2015, the New York Times published an op-ed column by Frank Bruni titled “Catholicism Undervalues Women,” and subtitled “No matter the pope’s words, his church remains a patriarchy.” By May 8, the paper had received enough letters to issue… 1,355 more words

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Muslimahs, Christian Women, and All Women of Faith, Let's Love and Teach Each Other

We women have far more in common than we have differences.  Our families, our children, our homes, our faith, our relationship with God, and our desire to look beautiful and, for many women, modest as well — these are things we are concerned about, and enjoy, and to which we are devoted.  788 more words

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Our daily bread

“My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?”

We hear these words twice in yesterday’s liturgy – first in the cry of the psalmist in the responsorial, echoed by Jesus dying on the cross. 553 more words

Catholic Women's Night

Last night I was blessed to attend a Women’s Night organized by a few friends at their apartment for the female students of the campus Catholic Center. 174 more words

We're Feeling Left Out

Thank you to my friend Jean for sending me this article from the New York Times — “Women See Themselves as Left Out Amid Talk of Change in Catholic Church.”   Here’s the link — 139 more words

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Joan Chittister: Essential Writings

Part of the Modern Spiritual Masters series, Joan Chittister: Essential Writings is a collection of work from the prolific Benedictine author, scholar, and activist. Whether you are familiar with… 200 more words

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