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Evangelization and missionary discipleship aren't optional. So why is Anna?

Ask your pastor or community leader to read the entire Gospel passage for February 2, 2020.

Catholic Women Preach Presents at 2019 Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice

We were privileged to create a space for honest sharing, for lifting up women’s voices, and for creating community among this group of strangers.

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Futurechurch newsSr. Kate Kuenstler—passionate advocate for the People of God—Presente!

Sister Kate Kuenstler, longtime canonical advocate for the rights of laity in the Church, entered into eternal life on October 28, 2019

analysisPatriarchy to Blame in Scaraffia's Resignation from Women Church World

As the story of resignations from "Women Church World" becomes more complex, patriarchy still deserves a share of the blame

voicesExploring God-Images with Adolescent Girls

Girls who encounter a rich array of Christian God-talk can grow in their relationship with God and with the Christian tradition.

prayersVoices that Challenge Liturgy of the Word

This Liturgy of the Word was prepared for use in our 2019 Mary of Magdala Celebrations.

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Women in Church LeadershipCatholic Women Preach Celebrates Three Silence-Shattering Years

The project’s reception and reach has exceeded even the wildest dreams of the steering committee.

Future of Priestly MinistryA Fr. Louis Trivison Dream Come True

Bill Plato remembers that the seeds of advocacy for married priests began more than thirty years ago at a parish council meeting at The Church of the Resurrection of Our Lord in Solon, Ohio.

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Emerging ModelsFutureChurch Presents Christine Schenk Award to Karen Gargamelli-McCreight

Karen Gargamelli-McCreight is a co-founder of Benincasa Community in New York City.

Justice in the ChurchFutureChurch Presents Fr. Louis Trivison Award to Marie Collins

Marie Collins is the foremost advocate for justice for survivors of clergy sexual abuse

Save Our Parish CommunitySr. Kate Kuenstler—passionate advocate for the People of God—Presente!

Sister Kate Kuenstler, longtime canonical advocate for the rights of laity in the Church, entered into eternal life on October 28, 2019

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